Thank you for sharing your bold ideas with us for more than two years now. We have loved hearing about every single one of them.
On the podcast, we talked about when to say goodbye to an idea and how to say goodbye to an idea, but one thing I’ve found to be really helpful in deciding whether or not to continue to pursue a bold idea or not is a mid-flight assessment.
It wasn't long before God made it clear to Ann White that she should be part of the process of bringing a fully female-voiced audio Bible to not only incarcerated women but to individuals everywhere. Here's how she made that happen.
Every day we have a choice. We can think and act strategically, knowing something important is at stake. Or we can respond to our days merely opportunistic, allowing our bold ideas to languish in neglect. Which would you prefer?
Are you bombarded with webinars and self-improvement programs? Do you find yourself succumbing to their enticing promises? If so, you may be a self-improvement junkie. Leary Gates shares his tips for dealing with this affliction.
When thinking about your bold idea, don't ask what you'd do if money were no object. Leary Gates thinks that's a stupid question built on three dream-chasing myths in our culture.
Dr. Michelle Watson shares some important insights for how dads can engage their daughter's heart. With words. Yes. Words. Their brains are especially wired to respond to them.
Every bold idea needs to be sold in some way. David Hoffeld, author of "The Science of Selling," suggests two simple strategies to help you sell your bold idea more quickly.
Victoria Jackson, author, ukulele player, and former Saturday Night Live comedian, shares what she learned about living with the knowledge that she had cancer and that it may return. It's like living with lavender hair; everything is the same yet different.
Zoro, world-renowned drummer, inspirational speaker and award winning author reminds us how we can make a positive contribution to our world through the limitless gifts and talents God has deposited in each of us.
Time management coach, Elizabeth Saunders describes how we can shift our mindset to transform anxiety and stress-producing situations into opportunities to experience God’s perfect peace.
Darren Wilson, filmmaker and author, challenges our unspoken assumption that if God is for us, then things should always go well for us. That notion flies in the face of Jesus telling his disciples, His best friends mind you, that “in this world you will have trouble." Here's why God is not afraid of our doubts.
Bold ideas bring both excitement and burden. The bolder the idea, the heavier the burden—and the doubts that go with it. But there is one really right question for you ask about your bold idea.
Publishing industry veteran Terry Whalin explains why changes in the industry keeps him on the learning edge and offers 9 principles to stay engaged as a lifelong learner.
Movie producer Stephen Kendrick reminds us of the powerful legacy of prayer. "There is no greater privilege for anyone than being able to personally talk with and speak into the ears of Almighty God."
Serial entrepreneur and business coach, Aaron Walker, explains why your bold idea deserves a solid plan. Take the advice from a man who's built and sold 12 businesses.
Dr. Michelle Watson suggests a five-step path for boldly engaging your daughter's heart. Join the ranks of other courageous, risk-taking, valiant dads who are stepping up to put their love for their daughters into action.