After experiencing an anxiety attack on stage, productivity expert Chris Bailey realized that he had become stressed and burnt out because he was pushing himself too hard. His new book How to Calm Your Mind reveals the tools and strategies that have allowed him to become more engaged, focused, and deliberate—while at the same time making him more productive and satisfied with his life.
In his new book The Future Is Analog, culture writer David Sax points out that the onset of the pandemic instantly gave us the digital universe we’d spent so long anticipating. Instant communication, online shopping, virtual everything.
Audio: For direct download right click [Download] button and choose Save As… Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon | YouTube | Stitcher | RSS | Google | iHeartRADIO If we live according to the gospel, we’re going to make waves. Why? Because the way of Christ is countercultural. It doesn’t go with the flow,…
It's an honor to welcome Anthony DeStefano back to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss some of his creative process for writing children's books, we explore why the messages in children's books are so important for shaping and teaching the next generation, and last but not least, we get into his brand new Christmas book The Grumpy Old Ox.
Welcome to another Blacksmith Chronicles/Shaun Tabatt Show mashup. This time around, Ryan and I discuss whether or not it's time for Christians to let go of their cultural expectations around the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
There are over sixty billion messages shared on digital platforms each day, and the average person is exposed to between four thousand to ten thousand ads a day. This bombardment of stimuli has changed the way we communicate and market content both online and off. In fact, research shows that you have less than three seconds to capture a person’s attention. With such a short window of time, we need to hook audiences quickly, efficiently, and consistently if we want to successfully fuel brand awareness and growth.
2020 has been the year nobody wanted, a year filled with chaos. In this conversation, Allen Arnold and I answer questions like:
-What is chaos?
-How does God approach chaos?
-How can I overcome chaos?
God continuously fills the empty, void places in our world—and in us—with light, hope, beauty, and order. Which is what our souls need most in these chaotic times. This is your invitation to join the Creator…and to be astonished.
It's an honor to welcome my friend Joanne Moody to the show. We get into an open vision she had in January 2020 showing what God was about to do not only in the church but also on each of the seven mountains of culture and influence.
I'm honored to welcome my friend James Goll back to the show. We're giving you a double feature in this episode, covering his books Tell Your Heart to Sing Again: Discovering Hope for Your Life and The Prophet: Creating and Sustaining a Life-Giving Prophetic Culture. This is honestly one of the best conversations I've ever had with James. Don't miss it.
Once a month I invite one or two of my friends to take over my show and ask me absolutely anything they want. I don't even know the questions ahead of time.
This time around it's my friends Brian and Candice Simmons. I hope you enjoy the conversation and learn something new about my journey.