How to Be Real and Not Be Weird – Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

How to Be Real and Not Be Weird – Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

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  1. Olá, bom dia!!! Meu nome é Ney Arvellos e gostaria de saber se vocês poderiam disponibilizar o esboço e a transcrição para eu traduzir… Obrigado!

  2. Holy crap! You answered my question! 😱😱😱 I'm shook. But seriously thank you so much. You were spot on btw. I appreciate all the time, work, and energy you put into this podcast. I know without any doubt it is helping me become not only a better leader but a better person as well. Thank you Pastor Craig!

  3. Thanks Craig I needed this. Not really, well my wife might disagree with me, jk. Is that really weird… 😃

  4. This is good stuff Craig but can be tougher than you think. Helping people see your vision is right on but there is always the few that try and sabotage things because they didn't get what they wanted and that can be hard to trace. I will start implementing your suggestions immediately because employees that belief in a organization are happier and will help it grow. Thanks man!
    Great sermon on Sunday at your second church in Edmond. I do wish occasionnly that you would come out and shake hands like you use to but that's okay. I know there is a lot of people now.

  5. "Sarcasm Included, No Batteries Are Required!"

    "For those who avidly embrace fiction or non-fiction, relative to their counterpart, they have a relatively pronounced development of that region of the mind, respectively!"

    As science and truth progress, empiricism becomes more and more overrated as it increasingly experiences a diminishing return! When we were all babies and or children, we still valued empiricism because that was how we perceived life through the senses for the first time. When we begin to evolve beyond those stages of instant gratification, we begin to develop a growing sense of others. We begin to outgrow egocentric experiences as we advance to more evolved experiences. Those advances even reach a point where the raw senses fail entirely, developing the need to devise instruments capable of representing raw nature into a form we can experience.

    In short, the idea that we can perceive everything natural via the five senses is naive at best! Our olfactory, visual, audible, tangible, and range of taste is limited. The very idea of implying that anything beyond the five senses is a form of delusion and or brain damage is meant to be an insult for those who embrace anything beyond the obvious.

    I tried to point out fiction as a very popular genre. I also tried to point out Christmas as a very popular holiday. I tried to point out all the other identical things mainstream atheists do not mind. Instead of a reply, I was blocked.

    Unlike atheists, I find that all people are valid. Whether they are of a faith or not. I simply see faith as an extension of what every cutting edge scientist does to make known something currently unknowable, like dark matter, dark energy, zero point energy and the like. It always amazes me how scripture describes the unknowable and unfathomable. It sounds exactly like what cutting edge science attempts to discover.

    "For those who avidly embrace fiction or non-fiction, relative to their counterpart, they have a relatively pronounced development of that region of the mind, respectively!"

    You were right as usual; yet, I wrote this from a perspective mindset of anger, sarcasm, and prose!

  6. It may just be me, but the movement in the doorway over your right shoulder is very distracting. The single, straight facing, occasional zoom camera was much more effective!!!

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