The moment a leader stops being transparent with their life is the moment things can begin to go wrong. Transparency is a great form of accountability. If a leader lives with nothing to hide its is very hard to be accused of having something to hide. Just a thought.
Loving the snow that is falling right now. Huge flakes. Absolutely beautiful. May find myself on a ski slope soon.
My daughter turns 11 this weekend! WHAT? Is that even possible?
Love what Seth had to say here about modern procrastination. Good, but also convicting.
I will have a full review of Seth’s book Linchpin very soon.
I have two other books I am reading that I will post a review for soon. Next week may be book week here at Shanehart.net
In case you didn’t hear, there is a football game on Sunday. We’ll be watching it with some good food and lots of people. Go here for details.
This has not been my most productive week as far as writing and office work goes, but I have had some amazing conversations and meetings with people.
I’m really looking forward to a couple of things that are in the works right now. So much goes into the preparation and “backend” of events and initiatives, but when the time comes, it is all worth it. Right now we are fixing and creating some processes to have all the right things and people in place.
Told you this was random. 🙂
Posted about this on Twitter earlier today, but regardless of what you think about the product itself or the name iPad, there is no denying the buzz and publicity it has created. From a marketing standpoint that is a win.
Remember, God wants what is best for you more than you want what’s best for you.