Your marketing plan is going to fail and it’s ok

My nine year old daughter lost her bid for Vice President of the Student Council by 20 votes. Obviously, I’m going to demand a recount. There had to be some hanging chads. We’re still determining whether or not a Congressional Inquiry is needed. Ok, ok, ok … she lost fair and square. Thankfully, according to her teacher, she took the defeat much more gracefully than I did. There’s a lesson to be learned here. I just haven’t figured out what it is. READ MORE

Wait! The time is now!

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: “Timing is everything.” Okay, don’t really stop me because this would be the world’s shortest and most useless blog post. It’s safe to say that most people in the English speaking world have either said this phrase, heard it or probably both. I think non-English people probably say it too. READ MORE

Sow the Right Seed in the Right Place

Hey, remember when Hollywood made a movie about Rock People who helped build a giant boat and an environmentally-conscious, murderous psychopath and tried to pass it off as Noah? Kidding, I’m not getting into that, but back when Noah really did set his feet on the newly rearranged, green earth God made him a promise. We find it in Genesis 8:22:

“For as long as Earth lasts, planting and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never stop.” – God

Let me check … yes, the Earth is still here. That means we will reap what we sow. READ MORE

God’s Compensation Plan

In Matthew 20 there are two examples of how God thinks differently than we do about work and compensation. The first is the parable of the workers in the vineyard. Jesus says the Kingdom works in such a way that someone that only works an hour can get paid the same as the one who […]

What’s the Big Deal About SEO?

March 2, 2013

Search Engine Optimization … king of the world wide web. How did it get so high and mighty? To get right to the point, great content has always been important and essentially that is what SEO comes down to. Now that begs the question, “What is great content?”