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Making Training Fun


What if something as simple as fun could be the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better? I just watched this video from http://www.thefuntheory.com/. What if we applied the fun principle to our teaching and training? What if … Continue reading

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How to Read a Book


I just watched this video and wanted to share it with you. It is inspiring, informative and very practical. You won’t apply every idea, but you will pick up something new that you can apply the next time you sit … Continue reading

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Top 11 Favorite Books of 2011


Books are a great way to learn.  They spark new ideas.  I have always enjoyed reading and learning.  Being in the Masters in Global Leadership program at Azusa Pacific University has challenged and stimulated my learning this year.  Here are … Continue reading

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A View from the Pew


My good friend and colleague, Stottler Starr (trulyfollowingjesus@ccci.org) conducted a survey of 50 mature Christians representing 40 different churches across the United States. He called it, A View from the Pew. These participants, as a group, probably represent over 50,000 hours … Continue reading

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5 Important Reminders for Teaching Adults


Every leader is a teacher; every teacher is a leader!  The two are intertwined.  I enjoyed our first morning with Dr. Jim Adams, Azusa Pacific professor for our Designing Learning Strategies for a Global Environment. Here is an acrostic as … Continue reading

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