26/10/2017 by Chris Green
There is a school of essay-writing called ‘The History of Ideas.’ Mike was ‘A Theologian of Ideas’ . He was unique in that field – not just unusual, but one-of-a-kind. I have come to think that this is the most significant new book I have read for many years.
20/11/2017 by Chris Green
The team leader looked me straight in the eye. “I’m only here because someone took a risk with me when I was his age. I want to do for him, what someone did for me.”
17/11/2017 by Chris Green
If this meeting happens, the week runs so much more smoothly. And I’ve repeatedly learnt to my cost that if it doesn’t happen, I’m so easily derailed.
15/11/2017 by Chris Green
When you hit on a secret sauce by accident, it’s worth jotting down what went into it, so that next time you can make it on purpose.
13/11/2017 by Chris Green
Someone, somewhere, has cracked the puzzle that’s causing your team long meetings and headaches. Or, if they haven’t cracked it, they’re a bit further along the path than you.
09/11/2017 by Chris Green
‘Oh, I get it,’ she said, ‘it’s like a Fresher’s Fair for the church!’ Exactly. Yes.
11/10/2017 by Chris Green
One of the lessons I’ve been learning recently is that different days of the week tend to have predictably different characters, and that learning to recognise and work with that is a healthy habit.