Today, I’m live-blogging from the 10th anniversary of the Catalyst West conference in Irvine, California. Throughout today and tomorrow, I will be sharing leadership insights from the best and the brightest in the church and business world.
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Andy Stanley is the senior pastor of North Point Ministries and the author of multiple books. He’s the first speaker and is ready to bring it.
The Catalyst For The Extraordinary
A single act of courage is often the catalyst for extraordinary. From Martin Luther to Rosa Parks, single acts of courage change the world.
We often don’t think about change and the extraordinary in this way. But it is the story over and over again.
Abraham listened to God when he said to go. Seeds of the future were planted.
Joseph came from Abraham’s lineage. And then Joseph had the courage to forgive his brothers. Read more...
I’ve had the pleasure to bring you live blog updates from Catalyst Atlanta over the years. Today, I have the pleasure to introduce you to another Catalyst conference. Catalyst West takes place in Irvine, California at Mariners Church.
This coming Thursday and Friday, you will see the blog explode with new content. I’ll be sharing content from the speakers at Catalyst West and posting a summary of their talks shortly after they’ve finished up.
I hope you’re as excited about this as I am. I can’t wait to share with you the thoughts of the following leaders:
Today, I’m live-blogging the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta. The next speaker I’ll be live-blogging is Andy Stanley.
Andy opened the conference and usually closes the conference but this year he’s taken a different position and is sharing earlier in the day. I’m excited to hear from Andy once again as he always delivers.
Great leaders always ask great questions. And great leaders aren’t afraid to surround themselves with people who ask great questions.
As a leader, if you bristle every time you are asked a question there’s a good possibility you won’t surround yourself with people who will ask great questions.