Last month, Life Lessons published one of our best podcasts to date. Doug Hurley, director of Life Lessons Over Lunch, sat down to interview Justin Elam about how and where Christians tend to “get it wrong.” Call me biased, but his insights were mind-blowing.
Last Sunday, Life Lessons Over Lunch hosted an orientation at Buckhead Church in Atlanta. We are thrilled with the partnership we've developed with Buckhead and with the turnout for the event. Thank you to everyone who helped make the orientation awesome! Life Lessons has begun, however, to noticed a trend. That's right. The Q&A portion of the orientation always tends to lean towards a few specific ideas. Take a look.
These days, it’s hard to find a person who isn’t represented via some social media outlet. Last month, we talked with North Point’s own Dave Adamson about what a powerful tool social media can be on the Life Lessons Over Lunch Podcast. Take a look at some of the best practices we uncovered.
Chris Paulk started his Life Lessons Over Lunch group as a meaningful way to influence his employees and coworkers. In business, it’s impossible to control the circumstances and actions of the economy, the weather, or the manufacturers, for example. What Chris could control, however, was the organization’s culture. As a leader, Chris wanted his team to know that Muscadine Products Corporation was more than just an employer, and that they genuinely cared about their workers as individual people.
Chip Schuneman has spent the last 25 years working as a sales, marketing, and operations executive in the fast-paced, results driven and competitive world of business. From Fortune 500 companies to privately held organizations that ranged from high-tech, education software and professional services, “God has provided me some pretty interesting places to work,” Chip says. “He has also given me a passion to ‘do life’ with people.”