Exploring ideas is more than a tag line.
We get stuck in our thinking when we don’t ask questions and search for answers.
If I don’t explore ideas, I’ll keep believing wrong things longer than I should.
That’s why I try to examine everything from different perspectives.
In a way, I feel like it’s one of my roles on any team (family, church, work).
It’s not to simply tear down entrenched beliefs and practices. It’s about making sure we think about our thinking and the actions that result.
Culture is changing
I’m exploring creative ways to communicate and educate.
The world has changed.
And it’s continuing to change.
Changing faster than most of us can imagine.
That means the way you connect and teach has to change, too.
The world has gone mobile
Most go mobile with smart phones. Some use smart watches.
In 5 years it might be something else.
And in a decade? Let’s face it. No one knows what tech we’ll use.
One thing is guaranteed:
That tech will be mobile.
So that’s my focus.
It should be your focus too.
Make your message mobile
No matter what your message is, you can make it mobile-friendly.
When you make your message mobile with a podcast, people can listen to you (and learn from you) while they’re doing other things like:
- Walking the dog
- Driving to and from work
- Shopping for groceries
- Cleaning the house
An audio podcast reduces screen time.
People don’t have to stare at their devices to watch videos or scroll through long blog posts.
Communicating clearly with audio is different, but it’s an important skill to develop as our culture goes even more mobile.
If you want to learn how to translate your teaching, preaching, and perspective on life into a mobile-friendly message, I’m here to help.
We can talk through your specific needs to discover the best way to make your message mobile with a podcast.