Category Archives: energy

  1. Forget managing time – manage your energy

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    22/02/2018 by Chris Green

    Three keys to energy management (apart from diet and exercise), to help you build out from a solid core of time when you are at your best, focussing on what’s most important.

  2. Deep Work – my review of a very good book

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    16/09/2016 by Chris Green

    Cal Newport helps us see how to restrict ‘shallow work’ and its distractions, to work productively, and at depth.

  3. The flappy sail – 6 tiny signs to pay attention to as you hit a new season at church

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    31/08/2016 by Chris Green

    Another sailing cliché that you can mull on as you still enjoy the remnants of that holiday glow.

    How can you tell if you’re positioned to get the best possible amount of energy from the wind, to get where you want to go?

    You listen, and you look. Because – ‘a flappy sail is not a happy sail.’

  4. And… rest. Five things you must do to stop doing things

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    16/05/2016 by Chris Green

    We should have a weekly rest from our daily work, and that is good for us physically (that’s from creation) and spiritually (that’s from salvation). But what do we do, to rest?

  5. Food, energy, and a Christian’s plate

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    10/05/2016 by Chris Green

    The body God has given us to serve him has physical needs, and if we neglect those needs, we are not being good stewards.

From Now On: first steps for new Christians

Launch dayJune 1st, 2018
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