The Trampoline Effect Myth: It matters who you know. I couldn’t be more of a nobody. When I showed up as a 17 year old kid on the campus of Moody Bible Institute I couldn’t have been more aware that I’d stepped into a world I knew nothing about, knew not a soul, and had no claim…… Continue reading The Trampoline Effect

Activity vs. Impact

Most people’s default measurement tool for their effectiveness is how busy they are. The thought process goes like this: If I have a full schedule of activity I feel invaluable to the organization If I am doing a lot of stuff I must be doing some good The result of all these meetings and all…… Continue reading Activity vs. Impact