Category Archives: productivity

  1. Three books to make you think like Tim Keller: No. 1,  The World Beyond Your Head

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    17/07/2017 by Chris Green

    If I said that this was the most important piece of secular philosophy I have read in a long time, you’d probably switch off.  But it is, and I want you to read it.

  2. How I use Evernote as a pastor

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    30/09/2016 by Chris Green

    I use Evernote as my digital brain – how does that help me as a pastor?

  3. My church is a zoo…

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    11/06/2014 by Chris Green

    Half term, the boys off school, and we headed to the zoo.  Not one of the really big names, but …
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  4. How Peter Drucker managed to be so productive and so generous with his time

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    26/05/2014 by Chris Green

  5. A quarterly review: the one critical question to ask

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    25/03/2014 by Chris Green

    Last week, I took a morning to conduct a Quarterly review. It seemed like a good time – two and …
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  6. How’s your back? My £28 suggestion.

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    28/02/2014 by Chris Green

    Christian ministers frequently report bad backs and shoulders. Mine became so bad that I ended up in surgery at the …
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  7. My friend has two desks – and you might need two computers

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    15/01/2014 by Chris Green

    I have a desk.  But my friend Peter has two. Why?  Why two desks when he can only use one …
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