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Have You Got Great Questions?

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Guest Post by David Carr My first adventure out of college was in sales, which lead to becoming a sales manager. One of the things I quickly picked up on was that great sales people were not great talkers, they were great listeners. Great listening sales people asked great, thoughtful questions and listened to the responses of their customers and followed up with more questions…

Your Most Important Conversation Each week, debrief with yourself and God. Here’s how:

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Guest Post by Gordon MacDonald  In the year 1801, William Wilberforce, a member of the English Parliament and leader of the anti-slavery forces in the British Empire, passed through a severe spiritual crisis. The core issue? Political ambition. Had he mishandled the experience, it is possible that the history of 19th-century England would have been quite different. Wilberforce’s struggle began when a general election produced a new prime minister, Henry Addington. The banter in the streets was that Wilberforce was on Addington’s A-list of possible cabinet…

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