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When no one is watching

Mt Wilbur
Mount Wilbur is 9,326 feet tall.

When no one is watching, do you behave the same way you do when you are in a crowd?

Excellent, and congratulations on being true to yourself.

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Authenticity

If necessary, use words when you preach

dandelion shadow
The shadow is not only easier to see when it’s your focus, the shadow becomes crystal clear.

It matters little to walk to do the preaching if not the walking is the preaching.

We forget that our actions speak louder than words.

Seriously, we do.

Facebook rarely elevates anyone’s reputation.

Twitter and LinkedIn can.

Why?

We become more professional when we are onstage.

We let our guard down on Facebook (thinking we are backstage).

Letting our guard down should never paint us as someone different than we are professionally.

Not really.

Why would it?

Who wants to live as two different people?

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Some things are so simple they confuse us

Glacier in August snow
So different for late August. So cold. So beautiful.

 

Pencil or a broom?

Earn with your mind (pencil), not your time (broom).

Do or think?

Pray with your steps or with your thoughts.

If that last sentence didn’t make sense, try rereading it.

 

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The Other Side

The sermon of daily life

Disney Customer Service Keynote speakers
Preaching the Gospel according to Walt.

 

The sermon of daily life.

That’s the story we tell everyday, all day.

Preach everyday, all day.

When (and only when) it’s required, use words.

 

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The Biggest Tragedy With Catholics

The 70-something visiting Priest from Ireland gave one of the best homilies I’ve heard in years. He articulated his accented message clearly, slowly, methodically. I hung onto every word. He asked us what we did last week and what we’ll do this coming week. His message was clear…

Was the second Lector yesterday. We are the Body of Christ.

The biggest tragedy amongst Catholics is too many believe and not enough do.

Timeless Insight: It matters little to walk to do the preaching if not the walking is the preaching.

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