Monthly Archives: February 2013

Steal Someone’s Idea

I’ve been reading Decisive by the Heath brothers today and have really enjoyed it. We have been a lot of conversations about how to make decisions and I’m always open to new ideas to try and improve my leadership. However, one of the chapters really stood out because it’s something we have done at UVA and encourage others to do.

Steal other people’s ideas.

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Book Review: Who Do You Think You Are?

I finished Mark Driscoll’s new book, Who Do You Think You Are the other week. I was really excited about this book because I’ve been looking for a go-to book on identity in my personal mentoring. I’ve been thinking through the categories of identity in mentoring more and more recently.
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Caught Not Taught

We have a saying in Chi Alpha. Some things are caught, they’re not taught. Some things you just can’t learn in a classroom. I got a good picture of that this weekend.
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Internet Addiction

I posted yesterday about two articles from the Gospel Coalition by Kevin DeYoung. If you didn’t get a chance to read it you can check it out here with the links to the article in there. I said I would make some comments about it later and now I’m ready.
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Starting the Internet Conversation

I want to thank Kevin DeYoung for starting the conversation on Internet addiction and for doing so with humility, vulnerability, and certainty. I got a chance to read two of Kevin’s posts on the gospel coalition website and they really hit a nerve. I won’t even attempt to say they hit a nerve for my mentoring relationship, they hit a nerve for me personally. He’s right, I’m addicted to the Internet for no other reason than just because.
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