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Thanks for the exciting launch (0:16)
Listener feedback on previous episodes (0:50)
Roy: Advent conversation can benefit non-preachers (1:30)
Drew: Writing as a discipline for infrequent preachers (4:06)
Reflecting on the conversation with Rev. Chad Brooks (6:00)
Importance of priorities, goals, and plans (6:56)
Preparation guards against tangents (7:47)
Knowing your own rhythm of focus and energy (8:24)
Mind Management rather than Time Management (10:04)
Productivity Tools (10:47)
Deleted Scene: Connecting college students and young adults with local churches (12:28)
Links to things mentioned in the episode
The Productive Pastor Podcast
David Kadavy on Mind Management
Defining Grace Guest Post: Scheduling and Time Management for Pastors
Next Episode arrives December 1, 2015!
Interview with Rev. Robb McCoy and Rev. Eric Fistler, the pastors behind the Pulpit Fiction Podcast
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