Here’s a weekly rundown of stuff I starred in Google Reader, favorited on Twitter or clipped into Evernote.
- This is one of the best blog posts I’ve ever read. It’s from Mark Gungor and talks about Christian music, Zombies and drinking alcohol. A must-read.
- Seth Godin says we should learn how to say no
- Your budget is a theological statement. It says what you value. – Alan Hirsch
- Congress says that pizza and french fries qualify as vegetables in school lunchrooms. And these are the people running the nation.
- Mint tells us that the average American will spend nearly $700 on Christmas gifts this year.
- This guy ran the New York Marathon and then couldn’t find his car for two days.
- Joe Sangl gives some ways to build financial margin. One of them is digging up small trees from ditches and selling them.
- Nancy Duarte points us to this awesome poem about French toast.
- “Writing a check separates a commitment from a conversation.” — Warren Buffett
- Great article from Harvard Business on building a team around one person.
- Jenni Catron confronts the myth that ministry work is harder.
“If at first an idea does not sound absurd, then there is no hope for it.” – Albert Einstein
- Awesome story about 232 sand dollars.
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