Top 10 Posts of 2012

Top Ten Posts of 2012

You’ve made this a great year on the blog. Seriously. Thank you!

The blog changed and grew this year. A new design, more frequent postings, a new commenting system and now a way to subscribe to the news letter (I’ll activate this list next week).

Although blogging is still a hobby for me, we’ve got some changes ahead for 2013 including a new monthly podcast that will launch in January 2013.

But now for the most popular posts of 2012:

1.  5 Signs You Lack Integrity.

2. How to Deliver a Talk Without Using Notes

3.  21 Signs Your Church Needs to Change

4.  7 Ways for Young Leaders to Overcome the Slacker Generation Label

5. 7 Reasons You Should Give a Talk Without Using Notes

6.  Today I Start My Spending Fast

7. What Your Spouse Isn’t Impressed With

8. What To Do When You’re Not the Senior Leader

9. The Number One Reason You (and the People You Lead) Don’t Change

10. 3 Things That Won’t Help Your Church Grow

Looking forward to 2013. So hoping this blog serves as a place for community, conversation and ideas that spark personal and organizational change.  Thanks for making 2012 such a great year.

What do you enjoy most about the blog?

What would you add or take away for 2013?