Weekly Briefing No. 38

Special Edition: Video May Build Brand But Film Can Bend Culture For the past year, live video has been touted as the next big thing in branding, personal or otherwise. Between Facebook Live, Gary Vaynerchuk’s social media machine and most recently, LinkedIn’s native video response, you cannot escape the video blitz. That said, the shelf […]

Weekly Briefing No. 37

398 Words | (1) Nominate a Christian Entrepreneur for World-Class Mentoring, (2) Applying Lean Startup Thinking to Kingdom Innovation, and (3) Don’t Steal Their Blessing. Nominate a Christian Entrepreneur for World-Class Mentoring Innovation: Mentorship and other learning for the best and brightest Christian entrepreneurs. Desired Outcome: Christian entrepreneurs setting examples for secular businesses. Know of […]

Weekly Briefing No. 36

397 Words | (1) Redesign Your Offering As You Would Design It Today, (2) The Best Platform for Creating Online Courses, and (3) Letting Go of Yesterday. Redesign Your Offering as You Would Design It New Today  Innovation: Take a fresh look at your products and services if you were to redesign them today. Desired […]

Weekly Briefing No. 35

444 Words | (1) Turn Your Smartphone Into a Professional Video Production Unit, (2) Leadership is a Lonely Place, and (3) Inviting the Next Generation Into Meaningful Service. Turn Your Smartphone Into a Professional Video Production Unit  Innovation: Making creativity the new barrier to entry. Desired Outcome: Unleashing a new generation of Kingdom storytellers and […]

Weekly Briefing No. 34

448 Words | (1) Innovations Happens at the Edges; Not the Center, (2) The Center is the New Edge, and (3) Leverage the 80/20 Rule to Grow in Relevance, Revenue and Impact. Innovation Happens at the Edges; Not the Center Innovation: Enter into your user’s experience for a first hand look at what needs improvement. […]

Weekly Briefing No. 33

446 Words | (1) How is as Important as Why, (2) Ranking, Reviews and Likes (3) Every Problem is a Trust Problem. How is as Important as Why Innovation: Asking the how question until a clear path of action is defined. Desired Outcome: Turning everyday actions into impact and relevance. Leadership expert David Horsager proffers that […]

Weekly Briefing No. 32

506 Words | (1) To Accomplish Your Goal Hire a Freelancer, (2) Update Your Amazon Book Page, and (3) Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About. Only Hire For What Needs to Be Accomplished Innovation: Buying only the amount of service you need when you need it. Desired Outcome: Achieving your objectives with greater effectiveness and […]

Weekly Briefing No. 31

464 Words | (1) Millennials Already Own the Future, (2) How This 72 Year-Old Ministry Found New Relevance, and (3) People Won’t Sign Up for Your Newsletter. Millennial Research Yields a Future So Bright They’ll Have to Wear Shades Innovation: Engaging Millennials where they are now for the big payoff in the future. Desired Outcome: Making […]

Weekly Briefing No. 30

463 Words | (1) Choosing Intentional Acts of Kindness, (2) How to Become the Center of Your Community, and (3) Leveraging Outsourcing for Kingdom Purposes. Seeking Opportunities to Provide Intentional Acts of Kindness Innovation: Focusing attention on the unspoken but obvious needs of others and providing the practical help necessary. Desired Outcome: Helping to bend culture back […]

Weekly Briefing No. 29

383 Words | (1) Initiating an Innovation Brain Trust to Transform Your Church, (2) Applying Silicon Valley Tools to Kingdom Innovation, and (3) Clarify Your Message So People Will Listen. Initiating an Innovation Brain Trust to Transform Your Church Innovation: Creating an Innovation Brain Trust to redesign your church experience. Desired Outcome: To give your church experience […]