Archive for June, 2010

Vampires and Surgeons: A Mentoring Metaphor

Posted on 29. Jun, 2010 by .


This is a post I recently wrote for the Plywood People blog. I made a few edits to that article. My post there was more from a values-based perspective while this one is more faith-based. Enjoy! Our life is a story of growth. From diapers to school naps to multiplication tables and so on. Under […]

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We did it!!!!!!!

Posted on 26. Jun, 2010 by .


NOTE: If you didn’t read my post from Thursday night, you need to read that first, or this won’t make sense. Read it here. Wow! I am blown away! At midnight on Thursday night I kicked off a little fundraising campaign to help bring clean water to Kenya. I honestly didn’t know if anyone would […]

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22 in 22! Give Water / Win an ipad!

Posted on 25. Jun, 2010 by .


If you’ve been listening lately, you’ve heard me talking up the Water for Kenya 5K. This is an event the company I work for is hosting and sponsoring. The 5k is happening in downtown Norcross, Georgia, tomorrow, Saturday, June 26, at 8:00am. We’re partnering with an incredible non-profit here in Atlanta, Kenya Medical Outreach. KMO […]

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Vampires and Surgeons/A guest post for Plywood People

Posted on 20. Jun, 2010 by .


Jeff Shinabarger is a new friend here in Atlanta. Jeff is an incredibly talented creative. Aside from doing creative consulting with organizations like Catalyst, he also is a serial entrepreneur having started organizations like GiftCard Giver and Plywood People. Jeff was at a recent event where I spoke to some high school students about tuning […]

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