Tag Archives: pastors
Posted on 07. Feb, 2010 by Geoff.
Had lunch with a great friend, Roger (Rhoades), who’s a 30+/year relationship counselor. Somehow we got on the subject of people who are spectators of life vs. people on the field in the game, and the song “Centerfield” by John Fogerty came up.
The chorus is amazingly insightful to me as an advisor who works [...]
Posted on 19. Jun, 2009 by Geoff Wasserman.
I believe there’s a shift every person has to make at some point, if they’re in something that they’re truly called to be in.
I remember about 16 years ago, I was working with a group of financial advisors, helping them grow their practices. College funding, retirement planning, business succession & estate planning, that sort of [...]
Posted on 06. Jun, 2009 by Geoff Wasserman.
Forget every thing you thought you knew about ministry marketing. You are about to be challenged by one of the greatest messages on evangelism you’ve ever heard. It’s time for a paradigm shift in the way you approach ministry in this day and age.
Posted on 04. Jun, 2009 by Geoff Wasserman.
I had lunch with an old (he prefers “longstanding!”) friend the other day. He’s the Director for a significant worldwide organization, with lots of influence, but that’s not why we were meeting, it was really just a “let’s catch up”. After catching up on each others’ lives personally and professionally, he caught me off guard [...]
Posted on 12. May, 2009 by Geoff Wasserman.
I’ve been incredibly blessed over the last few years with a team who consistently brings new, well-thought out ideas to me not just for our clients, but for us to grow our business. As leaders who constantly are plowing new ground and changing personally and professionally to meet needs of an ever-shifting marketplace, it’s important [...]
Posted on 10. May, 2009 by Geoff Wasserman.
I had a baseball coach in high school who, when he saw any of us standing around, would shout, “Get moving, you’re not here to kill grass and make my turf brown!”. People who stay in one place too long, get offended, and refuse to recognize their own pride, usually get their toes stepped on by [...]
Posted on 03. May, 2009 by Geoff Wasserman.
Amazing how we can struggle days, weeks, months in a relationship before we’re really willing to have the critical, high-risk discussion about an offense, an area where we feel we were wronged, about a behavoir we feel is unacceptable but we don’t stop and confront it with love. Instead, we treat it like the leftovers [...]