Eight Seconds: What Are You Transmitting?

Eight Seconds: What Are You Transmitting?

8 seconds. That’s all it takes. Recent research says that we will decide within 8 seconds of meeting someone whether we want to continue to engage with them or not based on what they are transmitting non-verbally. Researcher Albert Mehrabian, professor emeritus of...
What We Can Learn from Pontius Pilate

What We Can Learn from Pontius Pilate

In this season of Lent (giving something up to remember the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus) and as Easter approaches the celebration of our salvation through the death and resurrection of Jesus, I found myself reflecting on specific people who could help me remember...
Respect: 3 Things Leaders Can Do to Grow More of It

Respect: 3 Things Leaders Can Do to Grow More of It

R-E-S-P-E-C -T – Find out what it means to me…. I can hear Aretha Franklin belt it out. But how do you get it in the workplace and on production sets today? Here are 3 thoughts and lessons I’ve learned.  Know and exert your boundaries. One of the hardest things to...
What Martin Luther King Jr. Can Teach Us Today About Science

What Martin Luther King Jr. Can Teach Us Today About Science

Each year our nation remembers Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr. and the significant civil rights and freedoms they fought for. King was more than a champion of civil rights and equality; he was also a champion for freedom of religion. Both great leaders knew...
Called to Tell: Who Will You Share Jesus With This Year?

Called to Tell: Who Will You Share Jesus With This Year?

When the pandemic began in March 2020, one of the nations it struck hardest was Italy. Phil and I were booked to speak in Milan that year, but with the country on lockdown, our trip was cancelled. We were pleased to finally reschedule for late October this year and...