Twitter Updates for 2007-03-22

just got back from an interview on cable for the Zimbabwe 2007 project I’m a part of. # heading out to do another interview on a different cable provider’s talk show about the Zimbabwe 2007 project I’m a part of #

The Cable Guy…

This entry is part 6 of 27 in the series, Zimbabwe 2007 Project

No, this isn’t anything related to the movie but I thought it was a “pull-in” title so I used it.? Disappointed?? Shoot me. (well actually please don’t). The title really refers to two interviews I participated in with two local cable companies regarding the Zimbabwe 2007 Project I am a part of.? The first interview […]

Book Review added

I just added a review on the book “Race Against Africa” by Stephen Lewis to my library here on unfoldingneurons.com.? This book helped me gain some insight into some of the background behind what I’ll experience when going to Zimbabwe this June.

Twitter Updates for 2007-03-21

checked out the latest twitter-tools build from trunk…it works! Kudos to Alex for this build! # added the now-reading plugin to my blog…finally a good way to track my books…some custom work to do yet though hehe # Sun is out…hoping for a warm day so that more snow disappears # continuing study on fasting […]

Countdown

This entry is part 5 of 27 in the series, Zimbabwe 2007 Project

Had my latest meeting with the Zimbabwe 2007 Team last night. Things are really progressing well with the planning and preparation. From my end: My passport has been received and placed in a safe place (I actually got it two weeks ago – earlier than expected!) – of course my photo makes me look like […]

Choosing Blasphemy?

I recently came across this article in Newsweek (January 8, 2007, Jerry Adler) – here’s an excerpt, ‘Hi my name is Lindy and I deny the existence of the Holy Spirit and you should too.’ With that five-second submission to YouTube, a 24-year-old who uses the name “menotsimple” has either condemned herself to an eternity […]

Leaders are followers…

This is some thinking I had on leadership recently… A key to great leaders is that they are discerning followers. Why is that? Everyone follows something/someone. The claim, “I don’t follow anything” is groundless. From the moment of birth our lives are impacted by external stimuli bombarding our senses. Some of these things we have […]