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.
Questions Do 3 Things
Questions reveal values:
The questions you ask reveal what’s most important to you. What questions are you asking again and again and again? This shows what you value. Read more...
Today, I’m live-blogging the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta. The next speaker I’ll be live-blogging about is Christine Caine.
Christine is an Australian activist, evangelist, author, and international speaker. She is the author of Unashamed, Unstoppable, and other books. Christine is also the founder of the A21 Campaign and Propel Women.
Christine starts out her talk by sharing about her family and then goes right into the Word. Joshua 5 is the text she is using.
I want to continue to be courageous. You can ride on the momentum of what you’ve done. It’s no longer courage but momentum and that’s not good.
How Do You Continue To Be Courageous?
Many people have stepped into the first part of what God has promised. They’re there but not moving forward. What do you have to do to continue to possess the land God has given you and be courageous? Read more...
Today, I’m live-blogging the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta. The next speaker I’ll be live-blogging about is Katie Davis Majors
Katie, at the age of 18, traveled to Uganda for the first time. She was captivated by the people of Uganda and their culture. After her visit to Uganda, Katie chose to leave her family and friends behind to do a year-long mission trip to Uganda.
Almost 10 years after her first mission trip, Katie is a 28-year old mother to 13 girls and one baby boy. She’s the founder of Amazima Ministries and author of Kisses From Katie.
Katie had prepared for 30 students on the first day of class. She was optimistic of her ability to connect and share with the students.
To her surprise, there were 120 students on the first day of school. Read more...
Today, I’m live-blogging the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta. The next speaker I’ll be live-blogging about is Tim Tebow.
The next speaker at Catalyst Atlanta 2017 is Tim Tebow. Tim is a two-time national champion, first-round NFL draft pick, and Heisman trophy winner. He recently signed with the New York Mets and is attempting to join an elite class of athletes that have succeeded in two professional sports He also serves as a college football analyst for the SEC Network.
It matters what team you’re on. And at Catalyst, this is an amazing team.
You’re given a lot of great information. Then you go home. You’re not going to have Andy Stanley or Christy Wright there to push you on.
It’s easy to be on fire and focused when you’re with the team. The worship team comes on. But what happens when you’re no longer near the team? Read more...
Today, I’m live-blogging the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta. The next speaker I’ll be live-blogging about is Christy Wright.
Christy is an experienced business coach who has trained business leaders nationwide. She frequently speaks at Dave Ramsey’s EntreLeadership Master Series and EntreLeadership Performance Series.
Christy starts off her Catalyst talk about sharing a story about the time she went diving with the sharks. As the time grew closer to getting in the water with the sharks, her anxiety and fear levels began to rise.
Could she do it? Would she do it? Will she die?
All these thoughts went through her mind. Then she got in the water…
And the experience was the most awesome, inspiring, awe-inducing thing she’d done. Now, she’d swim with the sharks again and again.
3 Truths To Walk Through Fear
1. Fear is normal:
Fear is a normal part of learning. It’s not something to be ashamed of or to run from. Read more...