The Atlanta conference is Catalyst’s biggest one. More than 13,000 next generation leaders will attend. Register between now and Thursday, August 23 and get 28% off the regular ticket price.
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If you have never attended the Catalyst Conference, I’m sure you have heard about it. It is the premier conference for next generation Christian leaders. In a moment, I will tell you how to get a big discount.
Last week, we released Andy Stanley’s newest book, The Grace of God. Recently, I had the opportunity to interview him about his new book and about what he is learning.
Catalyst is the premier conference for anyone who is serious about leadership. The next big conference is October 6–8, 2010 in Atlanta. In a minute, I’ll tell you how to save $60 off the registration price—but only if you register on or before Thursday, June 24.
In case you don’t know, Andy Stanley is a best-selling author, communicator, and pastor of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta. … Each Sunday, over 25,000 adults attend services at one of three North Point campuses in the Atlanta area, while many more attend North Point’s nearly 30 strategic partner churches in the U.S. and around the world. EMI Christian Music Group has just released three new video series from Andy that you must see.
The last two years have been challenging times to lead. We have experienced a Tsunami of economic change. It has rippled through every aspect of our culture. Most of us have probably spent more time reacting that we would like. Now it’s time to turn the corner and look to the future.
Real leaders crave input. They read books and blogs. They listen to podcasts and CDs. And, they attend conferences. Why? Because they know that influence comes from generosity, and generosity is only possible if you have something to share. One of the best sources I know of for leadership input is Catalyst.
For the past several months, I have been thinking about starting a mentoring group. As a result, I have bought a bunch of books on the topic. However, the best one I have read so far is Mentor Like Jesus by Regi Campbell. In a moment, I will tell you how to get a free copy.
Andy Stanley is one of my favorite authors. I listen to his leadership podcast religiously. We also had the privilege of publishing his new book, The Principle of the Path: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be. In a few minutes, I’ll tell you how to get a copy FREE, along with a few other cool gifts.
A few weeks ago, Brad Lomenick interviewed me for Catalyst Podcasts. We discussed my business practices as a CEO, the future of social media, and my advice to the next generation of leaders.
If there is one thing great leaders know, it is how to lead themselves. This is especially important in turbulent times. If you can’t lead yourself—and keep your own batteries charged—you can’t lead others. That’s why I am attending The Catalyst Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, October 7–9. In a moment, I’ll tell you how you can attend too and get an exclusive 28% discount—but only for the next 48 hours.
Today, while on my morning run, I listened to his episode on Effective Communication for the second time. I have read many, many books on public speaking. However, this is the simplest, most elegant advice I have ever heard on this topic. In the podcast, he provides five questions he asks himself while preparing a speech.