I’ve recently embraced minimalism and I couldn’t be happier. What is it? It is the subtle art of minimizing the things you need to have and the choices you need to make in pursuit of focusing on the things that matter and the things that are eternal in nature.
Minimalism in a way can return you to a state where you can perceive purely. So minimalism is essentially having as little as you require. It is basically saying that everything I own, serves a purpose or brings me joy.
In this podcast episode, I discuss ten things that I did in my life that radically simplified my daily options, uncluttered my mind and allowed me to focus more on the things that matter in life, namely my relationship with God, my relationship with my wife, my church and my online community.
The greatest compliment and encouragement we could receive from you is if you would share this podcast with your friends and family and on social media.
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In this podcast, I talk about My Top Ten Insane Productivity Hacks I Do Daily. Take a listen and if you found it helpful, please share it with your friends and family.
On this episode, I am joined in the studio by two great friends of mine. Mark Rybikov (media director at Forward Church) and Bogdan Shova (student at Biola University). We discuss the reasons behind the existence and often lack of commitment and work ethic, specifically with the millennial generation. We also discuss the challenges and successes of growing up in the United States as a child of immigrant parents.
Everyone listening will inevitably have to speak publicly in front of an audience. The size of the audience or the setting doesn’t really matter because all of the same principles apply. You still have to prepare for your talk and you still have to deliver it in a way which will capture the attention of the audience and more importantly, convey the information or content that you are speaking about and also it needs to be communicated in a way in which it will be memorable and sticky. I read a quote recently that goes something like this: “The incredible illusion we have about communication is that it actually took place.” This can be very frustrating, especially for someone who speaks publicly for a living. These six mistakes to avoid that I will be sharing with you in this podcast will hopefully make your talk stickier and more memorable. If you have made any of these mistakes, then you are in good company because I have certainly been guilty of this entire list. The greatest compliment and encouragement I could receive from you is if you would share this podcast with your friends and family and on social media.
In this podcast, I talk about ten principles that I believe are true for you specifically, if you are going through your own season where you are experiencing seemingly incessant setbacks, discomfort, trials, intensified temptation, spiritual attacks and just don’t have the desire to pursue Jesus passionately and courageously. The greatest compliment and encouragement I could receive from you is if you would share this podcast with your friends and family and on social media.