Swipe your way to productivity today.

Time to get busy and get down to knocking out your to-do list. So you run around and collect all the sticky notes on your mirror, your desk, your computer screen and all the other misc. areas. Then you turn to the most recent incredible life changing tool – Evernote. …

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Asana and other great tech tools for Children’s Ministry

Now that I have made a move after years at a 5-6000 member ministry to one that is only 400-ish (isn’t God funny with the paths that He will take us) I am needing to learn some new skills. One of those is seeking out some tech goodies that will …

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How to choose what to delegate in your children’s ministry

The critical issue of what to delegate is often times one of the hardest starting points for many children’s pastors that I get the opportunity to coach, mentor and just network with. I will start with a thought that many do not take into consideration and then I will do …

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Get the LEAD out – Strategic Execution

When I was younger I would always hear from my parents, “Todd you better get the lead out!” I always wondered what that really meant. According to the Free Dictionary it means: “get the lead out and shake the lead out Inf. to hurry; to move faster. (This originally refers …

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How Chunking made my children’s ministry more effective

When life gets busy I need systems and structure to keep on track. In fact putting boundaries in place around different activities allows me to be quite impulsive and creative in those times and not getting stressed because of all the ‘urgent’ things that I need to do. This is …

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Quit multitasking and really become effective – Heres how.

In my coaching with children’s pastors, or on-line training with churches, I am always saddened by the carnage that comes from the lies about how multi tasking is more efficient. I won’t argue here this time in the many reasons why I say multi tasking is not good, nor will …

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Could you be your own worse enemy?

What habits do you have with your speech? Time? What you listen to? Where you go? Who you hang out with? Why should you be concerned with these answers for yourself? Because… You are your habits. One habit I have been mentored in is spending time a couple times a …

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