Vizify, An Awesome Way To Visually Introduce Yourself

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I’ll tell you why you want a Vizify infographic of you…

Quick update: Though pretty awesome while it lasted, Vizify was acquired by Yahoo in 2014 and, near as I can tell, is no longer happening in any way. Nobody ever knows what Yahoo does with things they gobble up… It’s weird.

I discovered this new site a few months back and have been itching to share it with the world. I love passing on cool resources, and this one is easily one of the most visually pleasing ways to introduce yourself that I’ve ever seen. I’m pretty fascinated with it!

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5 Productivity Benefits Of Having One Giant Master Task List

Leaders get things done. Whether you work in ministry or business, to be successful, you must know to get something done and must execute to do it. Everyone in this position believes in lists, but here’s a specific tip on that which helps me tremendously.

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Keep one giant master task list…

One of my favorite tips for productivity: Whatever the system you choose for it – software, paper, Evernote, mobile app, whiteboard, whatever you use, keep one giant task list.

I’m serious. I believe in the power of keeping one task list and I want to tell you why. I’m not saying this is the only way to do it, or that you can’t divide it up some, but I’m saying keep one giant list. Here is why and a bit of how.

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Why Great Organizations Know They Must Invest In Their People

One of the best things about transitions in life is that they force you to reflect – consider what was, could have been, should have been, is, should be, and will be. Since I’m changing entire cities, jobs, friendships and more, I’ve had a plethora of things to reflect on.

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Developing your lead people will develop you and your organization…

I know with an intro like that, you might expect I’m about to lay out some heart-felt reflections, but not really. I just want to make one simple point that I’ve decided to be 100% true and vital for any business or organization, but especially for ministries, to be great.

I have resolved this will be true of my organization… or, should I say for my organization.

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The Majesty’s Men

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I serve as the Director and Editor-In-Chief of The Majesty’s Men, a multi-faceted ministry and brand I founded in 2013 focused on facilitating friendship and mentoring between Christian. TMM is made up of an online community and blog, a network of exemplary men and their sites, a brand and shop, resources, and, most importantly, a growing network of localized face-to-face communities.

I build the site, manage our accounts and volunteers, lead the editing, and lead in strategy and marketing for TMM. It has been a wonderful and super challenging learning experience over the years and I have many more plans for the future!

The best way to get to know TMM is to hop over to the site and check it out.


Let me know if you have any questions about it! I’d be glad to chat.

I write and work in other locations around the internet. You can catch all my other articles on my Published Elsewhere page, but for my other sites and properties I run, you can just hit these images below to hop over to them in a new window:


My work hub for most of my web development, marketing, and consulting with cause-driven businesses and ministries.

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A super simple blog I use for writing thoughts on personal development and the tension I live in of working in both “ministry and marketplace” work.

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A large community website and network I founded with numerous Godly men writing and producing content for the goal of encouraging and equipping one another to be the leaders God has called us to be as men of God.

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