Category Archives: productivity

  1. Review: Michael Hyatt, Full Focus Planner

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    11/09/2017 by Chris Green

    I am, I admit, an eager fan of this.  I have never before come across a single package which so clearly and simply has the ability to make me productive and clear headed at the same time, without overwhelming me with the need to maintain it.

  2. 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.

  3. 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?

  4. 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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  5. How Peter Drucker managed to be so productive and so generous with his time

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    26/05/2014 by Chris Green

  6. 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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  7. 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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Publication of The Goldilocks Zone

Launch dayJanuary 18th, 2018
3 months to go.

Living as a Christian in the 21st century means we face constant battles to please God. That’s why I wrote ‘PURITY: Living to please God in an impure world – 15 daily readings in 1 Thessalonians.’

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God, Suffering and Joy

A conversation between me (with cancer) and Michael (with Multiple Sclerosis)

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