This post is part of a series reflecting on my Pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The Pilgrimage was a guided experience called “The Footsteps of Jesus” - every Friday, I’ll be posting a “Footsteps Friday” reflection. I look forward to your sharing your thoughts and comments. They believed the world was worsening, bad behavior reigning … Continue reading Pondering The Path Of Solitude
Welcome to the Index of blog posts about the "Footsteps of Jesus" pilgrimage I took in the Spring of 2017. I'm writing this series as a way of processing the experience and sharing my photos and reflections with our church, my friends, and those interested in pilgrimage and the Christian faith. Every Friday, I'll put … Continue reading Footsteps Fridays: Index to blog posts reflecting on the “Footsteps of Jesus” pilgrimage to the Holy Land
Earlier this week, I made note of Tom Friedman’s observation that we are in a Golden Age for Makers (from his latest book Thank You For Being Late). Never before has there been such opportunity for an individual person to contribute to the world cultural output. One example Friedman talks about was the 2013 GE … Continue reading Do You Have The Maker Mindset?
For the last two days, we’ve been talking about the contrast of Makers with Takers and Breakers. But there’s another group that are worth contrasting with Makers: the Fakers. Jim Ewel at the Agile Marketing blog interacts with the idea of Makers, Takers, and Fakers. In applying these distinctions to marketing, he associates Takers with … Continue reading Are You A Maker Or A Faker
Yesterday, we talked about Tom Friedman’s distinction between Makers and Breakers. But there’s another popular contrast with Makers - the Takers. The distinction between Makers and Takers was, at one point, conservative code talk for “economic producers” vs “people on welfare.” However, just last year, Rana Foroohar came out with a book labeling the takers … Continue reading Are You A Maker Or A Taker
This is a golden era for makers, says Tom Friedman. His latest book, Thank You For Being Late, covers many of his tried and true themes: globalization, the increasing pace of change, adaptability and opportunity. Friedman’s gift is to give a simple, pithy distillation of complex social forces. He recaps for us the unprecedented change … Continue reading Are You A Maker or a Breaker
This post is part of a series reflecting on my Pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The Pilgrimage was a guided experience called “The Footsteps of Jesus” - every Friday, I’ll be posting a “Footsteps Friday” reflection. I look forward to your sharing your thoughts and comments. Our pilgrimage following the footsteps of Jesus followed a … Continue reading Power Is Seductive, But Never Satisfies