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Are you using What's in your Hands?
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Sound like knowledge management! Thanks Earl.
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Want to help alleviate poverty? Don't give them a fish, teach them how to fish.
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" It’s about connecting real people with real people and creating community" and "It’s about people’s spiritual growth "
I was recently walking through one of those two-acre, we-have-everything-you-will-ever-need-plus-ten-thousand-things-you-won’t, megaplex type stores. Strol
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Thanks Earl,

It is so true that connecting with others is necessary for our spiritual
growth. Not sure how the early church in Acts follow up the 3,000 new
believers. What tools did they use? We have lots of tools but it seems that
many people in big churches still are strangers to each other. I hope the
Life group will fill the gap especially when people are not able to meet
face to face. I think the more frequent we get connected (through different
means) the stronger our relationship and the better we can encourage each
other.

God Bless!

Rick
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+John Hagel  Sounds like Narratives, platforms, and movements have elements for knowledge sharing and collaboration within small groups that are focused on a common  purpose.
 
In my SXSW presentation, I make the case for why companies need to become movements, harnessing the power of narratives and creation spaces
At the 2015 South-by-Southwest conference, John Hagel discusses movements and how while they can be very challenging for companies, if done well the rewards will be enormous.
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‘Knowledge is a commodity, to be the smartest person in the room all you need is a smartphone. What is far more valuable than knowledge is the ability to learn new things and apply those learnings to new scenarios and environments. This is what the employee of the future needs to focus on, “learning to learn.”’  from +Jane Hart 
Work is changing, and as a consequence Jacob Morgan believes that one of the principles of the future employee (see infographic to the left) will be the shift from being a "knowledge worker" to bei...
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The Secret Life of Plants - Are you listening?
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Making Disciples: 10 Practical Discipleship tips. Yes, you can do it too.
by Becca Spradlin, Microfinance Training and Quality Manager Discipleship. Jesus called all believers to “go and make disciples of all nations” in Matthew 28:19. Yet while I saw others practicing d...
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Talents are meant to be shared, not hoarded. So are you using your  business talents wisely to benefit others? I think It's one of the best ways to live purposefully and make a difference in the lives of others.
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Has Jack been hi-jacked by credit cards and debts? 
Meet Jack- the overspender. Jack’s like a lot of us. He loves the convenience of his credit card but ends up overspending every month. He’s tried budgeting but can’t seem to stick to it. Like the average...
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“Morning is wonderful. Its only drawback is that it comes at such an inconvenient time of day.” -  Glen Cook, Sweet Silver Blues.

+Chris Winfield   That's one excuse for the late nighters who can't or won't get up early in the mornings. Little do they know that the early bird catches the worm - https://ericheidtmarketing.wordpress.com/2014/11/18/the-early-bird-special-3-secrets-to-success/ .

Fortunately, I've already gotten my worm -:)
Real life tips, tricks and proven methods to help you start waking up early (even if you're not a morning person and don't know where to start).
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It seems that knowledge management is included in God's command when He asked us to look after His creation. I guess we need to learn how to use our brain better in order to better manage our knowledge as well as what God has entrusted us.
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An interesting video that begs the question - As humans what can learn from this?
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Just letting my creativity flow... naturally and seeking Purpose in Life.
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Abour Me: A BabyBoomer fascinated by cloud computing technology who sometimes think he's a millennial (now I know I'm a Gen. C). As the online Storytelling Beancounter, I help Small Business and Startups monitor, manage and control their business finances with online accounting, productivity and collaboration tools.

In short, just a ordinary person trying to make a difference in the world before I leave it
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A Babyboomer Techie and Out of the Box Thinker and Knowledge Seeker. Passionate about online apps, cloud computing, internet technology.
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Online BeanCounter for growing Small Businesses and Startups
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