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  • Bill shared from Learning a new routine. Reading the Sermon on the Mount a little bit at a time by Jon Swanson
    Here’s what I think was happening on that hillside: Jesus was walking with his followers near his hometown. He sat down on a stone on a hillside. His closest friends came and sat down with him. He looked around the circle. Others stood around the circle. He took time looking at their faces. He looked around at their hearts. And he knew what was in each. The sky was clear, the Sea of Galilee was visible in the distance. He looked at one of the disciples, one that everyone knew was struggling. He had no interest in the view. His heart was aching. This man was despaired of ever measuring up spiritually...
  • Bill shared from Learning a new routine. Reading the Sermon on the Mount a little bit at a time by Jon Swanson
    Here’s what I think was happening on that hillside: Jesus was walking with his followers near his hometown. He sat down on a stone on a hillside. His closest friends came and sat down with him. He looked around the circle. Others stood around the circle. He took time looking at their faces. He looked around at their hearts. And he knew what was in each. The sky was clear, the Sea of Galilee was visible in the distance. He looked at one of the disciples, one that everyone knew was struggling. He had no interest in the view. His heart was aching. This man was despaired of ever measuring up spiritually...
  • Bill shared from Return On Influence: The Revolutionary Power of Klout, Social Scoring, and Influence Marketing by Mark Schaefer
    People generally say that the best thing the digital revolution has given them is more of what they already want: more opportunity to communicate, more access to information, more capacity to learn at their own pace, more variety of sources of information, and more chances to find others with whom they can share something that interests them, such as ideas or passions. Of course, that means they have more opportunities to be influenced and to be influential.
    Note: Digital revolution has given people more of what they already want.
  • Bill shared from Habit: The 95% of Behavior Marketers Ignore by Neale Martin
    The reality is that most actions are the results of automatically executed scripts that have been encoded in the unconscious, habitual mind.
    Note: Buyer behavior is typically habitual, not conscious. Marketers get this wrong all the time.
  • Bill shared from Habit: The 95% of Behavior Marketers Ignore by Neale Martin
    Marketers are similar to most PC users—great with executive applications, but at a loss when it comes to working with the unseen code controlling the machine.
    Note: Separating the great from the average marketer:
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