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Hosted by Chris Rivers, the CultureBus Audio Sessions features mini audio sessions on what happens when ministry leaders conquer the culture development challenge. Each episode features a big idea from Chris with guest interviews from ministry leaders that will inspire you to create a vibrant ministry culture.http://www.culturebus.cc
 
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In a special Mother’s Day episode, Mike welcomes back Shannon Bream to the Linch with a Leader podcast to talk about her recently published book, The Mothers and Daughters of the Bible Speak: Lessons on Faith from Nine Biblical Families. In the second book in the franchise (she previously published The Women of the Bible Speak), Shannon examines th…
 
Most people develop a plan of action, and “work the plan” in hopes of it coming to fruition. In this week’s episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with Dr. Roger Parrott, who shares a novel concept – tapping into unexpected opportunities – the ones most people typically miss. Dr. Parrott shares several concepts and strategies from his most …
 
Drawing from stories included in his recent book, Saturdays with Billy, Dr. Don Wilton sits down with Mike and shares wisdom, life, lessons, and conversations from more than 15 years of Saturdays spent with his great friend, Dr. Billy Graham. Dr. Don Wilton has served as senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Spartanburg, South Carolina since…
 
There are many leaders and visionaries in our world, but what sets them apart? Mike Linch sits down with Dave Ferguson to talk about the characteristics leaders possess that attract and inspire others, not the least of which are being accessible and expressing a genuine interest in other people.Dave is an award-winning author, founding and lead pas…
 
In this episode, Mike sits down with former Major League Baseball player and manager Ned Yost to discuss his career, and how he influenced so many other players and coaches over the course of 40 years in the big leagues. He also shares some fascinating insights and stories from some of the game’s all-time best players and managers, including Bobby …
 
It is every college baseball coach's dream to capture the College World Series title and hoist that National Championship trophy. Well, Chris Lemonis was fortunate to experience that in 2021, as his Mississippi State Bulldogs took home the crown to Starkville. In this episode, Mike Linch talks to Coach Lemonis about the culture of his program, how …
 
In this episode, Mike sits down with author and speaker Christy Wright to walk through principles from her latest book, Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Free Guide to Life Balance. Christy is the #1 national best-selling author of Business Boutique, a Certified Business Coach and served as a Ramsey Personality as the host of The Christy Wright Show w…
 
Happy Valentine's Day and welcome to Episode 130 of the podcast! In honor of Valentine's day today, Mike shares lessons that he has learned in 30 years of marriage & leadership! Life is not made up of just the wedding day when you say I do, but rather in the "messy middle" years where you are just pushing through! With both of his children getting …
 
In this week’s episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with Dr. Tim Elmore, founder and CEO of Growing Leaders (www.growingleaders.com), an Atlanta‐based non‐profit organization created to develop emerging leaders. Mike talks to Tim extensively about his latest book, The Eight Paradoxes of Great Leadership: Embracing the Conflicting Demands …
 
Mike sits down with Ken Coleman of Ramsey Solutions to discuss Ken’s new book, “From Paycheck to Purpose: The Clear Path to Doing Work You Love.” Ken is America’s Career Coach, is a national bestselling author, and host of The Ken Coleman Show. Ken helps people discover what they were born to do and provides practical steps to make their dream job …
 
Episode 127 finds Mike sitting down with a great friend and leader of leaders, Dan Reiland. Dan Reiland is the Executive Pastor at 12Stone Church in Lawrenceville, Georgia. He first partnered with the legendary John Maxwell for 20 years, as the Executive Pastor at Skyline Wesleyan Church located in San Diego. He then moved on to become the Vice Pre…
 
In Episode 126, Mike is blessed to sit down with Mark Miller, the Vice President of High Performance leadership with Chick-Fil-A. Mark has been with Chick-Fil-A for over 40 years and has helped architect the leadership pipeline in one of America's premier organizations! Mark also has written eight books and sold over a million copies in 25 differen…
 
Mike kicks of 2022 talking about a "leaders character" with Dr. Richard Blackaby. This is his second appearance on the podcast (Episode 100) and this conversation delves into the depths of what makes character so critical in the life of a leader!Dr. Blackaby serves as the President of Blackaby Ministries International and has served in that role si…
 
Reading https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/T4F6ZW5Hzv4Tz9Mrm/the-value-of-money-going-to-different-groups This is an edited repost of a previous reading (reader David Reinstein); I removed my commentary so you can listen to the full essay uninterrupted. Used an audio tool for this; let me know what you think I may do this for other prior epi…
 
Cross-post from Found In the Struce Reading Seeing the effects of your donation and making incremental choices from the EA Forum, by David Reinstein ... (read by the author) Part of the 'giving and gifts podcast trilogy' along with Profusion: The Big, Christmassy Data Special and FITS "The Economics of the Gift" reading --- Send in a voice message:…
 
"The Unweaving of a Beautiful Thing" (1st prize 2021 creative writing contest), by atb, read by David Reinstein. Sorry for the half-assed accent work. Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/mCtZF5tbCYW2pRjhi/the-unweaving-of-a-beautiful-thing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message…
 
In episode 124 of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with Pastor, Author, Educator and "Leader of Leaders" Dr. Mark Rutland. Mike & Dr. Rutland look back at his incredible journey and how God is still using him in big ways in leading leaders. Dr. Rutland is the picture of "Living Leadership" for leaders at all levels!Dr. Mark Rutland is the Founde…
 
In this episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with leader Daniel Harkavy who not only leads his company, Building Champions, but coaches some of the greatest leaders in the world!Mike & Daniel not only talk about his spiritual journey but also spend time unpacking his newest book The 7 Perspectives of Effective Leaders! Here is more on the…
 
In today's episode, Mike sits down with leader & story-teller Bryan Coley. Bryan is the Chief Imagination Officer of Reel Experiences in Atlanta, Ga. Bryan used his love & background in film to create a space to help people learn leadership through movies!Bryan said it this way, "After 20 years working with playwrights and screenwriters, I decided …
 
In Episode 121 of Linch with a Leader Mike sits down Jeff & Andre' Shinabarger to talk about whether you have to choose between "love & work". They unpack this couple's newest book along with their journey in life & leadership.Jeff Shinabarger is the founder and executive director of Plywood People, an Atlanta-based non-profit that helps launch and…
 
Read content and comments from EA Forum post "Research Summary: The Intensity of Valenced Experience across Species" by Jason Schukraft. Read by David Reinstein, who interjects with some small discussion points and thoughts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message
 
In this episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with author, consultant & leader Brad Lomenick. Brad is one of America's greatest thought leaders and his website is a go-to for leaders from all walks of life! From his time at Catalyst to today, Brad has had a front row seat to observe leadership and today spends time talking with Mike about …
 
Cross hosted from "Found in the Struce" David Reinstein: I read "Cultured meat: A comparison of techno-economic analyses I added some comments including a few 'what does this mean?' cries for help. Note, I mentioned stray content in one place when it was actually a link to a google doc -- I was reading this on a black and white e-reader that didn't…
 
Episode 119 finds Mike sitting down with Super Bowl Champion and former NFL player, Chris Maragos. Chris took a crazy road in his travels to the National Football League. After walking onat Western Michigan and then transferring to the University of Wisconsin as a walk-on, Chris established himself on the field as he moved from wide receiver to the…
 
Episode 118 finds Mike sitting down with Christina Hovestadt of the NFL. When she's not working in community relations at the national football league, Christina has dedicated her life to giving back and making a difference; one that empowers those that she reaches to walk in the fullness of who they were created to be. Christina partners with athl…
 
In this episode Mike sits with the incredible Pastor of one of America's largest churches, Church of the Highlands, Pastor Chris Hodges! He is the founding and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands. Since it began in 2001, Highlands has grown to have campuses across the state of Alabama, and we’re known for our life-giving culture and focus on l…
 
In this episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with Mayor Tommy Allegood to talk about his leadership journey and his faith that drives him!TOMMY ALLEGOOD was raised in Atlanta, GA. Tommy is a 1970 graduate of Gordon Military College and served as a cadet in the ROTC program, and is a 1972 graduate of the University of Georgia. When he grad…
 
In this episode of Linch with a Leader, Mike sits down with the amazing Rebekah Lyons. Rebekah Lyons is a national speaker, host of the Rhythms for Life podcast, and bestselling author of Rhythms of Renewal, You Are Free, and Freefall to Fly. An old soul with a contemporary, honest voice, Rebekah reveals her own battles to overcome anxiety and depr…
 
Note: Despite what is said in this episode, today is not Smallpox Eradication Day. Smallpox Eradication Day is on December 9th. Original post by Jai Read & edited by Garrett Baker This post is a primarily motivational work on the horrible effects & eradication of smallpox. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message…
 
Original post by Benjamin Todd Read & edited by David Reinstein Here’s a summary of what’s coming up: How much funding is committed to effective altruism (going forward)? Around $46 billion. How quickly have these funds grown? About 37% per year since 2015, with much of the growth concentrated in 2020–2021. How much is being donated each year? Arou…
 
Podcast originally posted here Original Effective Altruism Forum post here Read & Edited by David Reinstein Reading "Why scientific research is less effective in producing value than it could be: a mapping" post in the EA Forum (and peering at some links). Some comments and thoughts/my own experience. Reading the comments section, especially commen…
 
Read and Edited by Sam Nolan, Written by MichaelA This is the second post in the series Improving the EA-Aligned Research Pipeline, What's wrong with the EA-Aligned Research Pipeline. This reading discusses 10 potential issues with the pipeline as it currently stands. Most notably, it finds that although there are a large number of people, research…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/s/fSmBYeTyisyM9fkmD/p/ysHq3K2asNwsCRWeG Read & edited by Sam Nolan This post is the introduction to the sequence, Improving the EA-Aligned Research Pipeline by MichaelA. The sequence discusses the problems with the current system for EA aligned research, and issues with allocating resources (partic…
 
In this episode of "Linch with a Leader" Mike sits down with author Ethan Bryan and talks about his newest book "A Year of Playing Catch". Ethan D. Bryan is a storyteller whose narratives explore what it means to live a good story. At the age of six, he lost all of his hair due to an immune-system disorder called alopecia. Ethan knows about overcom…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/3voXaqvPutSrHvuCT/the-case-against-ea-cause-areas Read & edited by Garrett Baker Everyone reasonably familiar with EA knows that AI safety, pandemic preparedness, animal welfare and global poverty are considered EA cause areas, whereas feminism, LGBT rights, wildlife conservation and dental h…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/s/YCa8BRQoxKbmf5CJb/p/vQpk3cxdAe5RX9xzo Read & Edited by Garrett Baker Spoilers ahead — listen to the episode beforehand if you don’t want to hear a rough summary first. I quite liked the "Playing God" episode of RadioLab. The topic is triage, the practice of assigning priority to different patient…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/s/YCa8BRQoxKbmf5CJb/p/5EqJozsDdHcF7dpPL In this talk from EAGxBerkeley 2016, Ajeya Cotra shares what led her to join the effective altruism movement, then provides an overview of its basic principles. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ea-forum-podcast/message…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/LpkXtFXdsRd4rG8Kb/reducing-long-term-risks-from-malevolent-actors Read by: Wuschel Edited by: Garrett Baker Summary Dictators who exhibited highly narcissistic, psychopathic, or sadistic traits were involved in some of the greatest catastrophes in human history. (More) Malevolent individuals …
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/347gJg88ZxxE7Jhch/report-on-running-a-forecasting-tournament-at-an-ea-retreat#Tournament_Outcomes Read & edited by: Garrett Baker Tournament Outcomes In this section I’ll go over the strategies used by players, final scores, and the winner of the tournament. For the actual outcomes of the pre…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/347gJg88ZxxE7Jhch/i-ran-a-forecasting-tournament-at-an-ea-retreat-here-s-what Read & edited by Garrett Baker This post describes a simple forecasting tournament I ran during the 2021 Effective Altruism New Zealand retreat as an experimental exercise in improving judgement and decision making.…
 
In episode 113 of LInch with a Leader, Mike sits with Bill Purvis who is a best-selling author, coach, and speaker. Bill began as a pastor to a church of 32 people on Easter Sunday and guided this ministry at Cascade Hills Church to exceeding over 10,000 people in attendance for the last 5 Easter services of his leadership. Since 2015, Cascade Hill…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/HGLK3igGprWQPHfAp/against-neutrality-about-creating-happy-lives Narration by: The Girl Reading This Editing by: Garrett Baker (Warning: spoilers for the movie American Beauty.) “Once for each, just once. Once and no more. And for us too, once. Never again. And yet it seems that this—to have o…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/ozyQ7PwhRgP7D9b2w/new-org-canning-what-we-give Narration by: Pixel Brownie Software (Prownie) Editing by: Garrett Baker Epistemic status: 30% (plus or minus 50%). Further details at the bottom. In the 2019 EA Cause Prioritisation survey, Global Poverty remains the most popular single cause ac…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/i24sXY8v6FXLyJKXF/why-ea-groups-should-not-use-effective-altruism-in-their Narration by Liam Nolan Editing by Garrett Baker Starting a conversation about the name “Effective Altruism” for local and university groups. Abstract: most EA groups’ names follow the recipe “Effective Altruism + [loc…
 
Original post: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/RZ4cWxEkTsCqGgfut/how-to-run-a-high-energy-reading-group Narration by Garrett Baker Editing by Athenae Galea Why are reading groups and journal clubs bad so often? I think there are two reasons: boring readings and low-energy discussions. This post is about how to avoid those pitfalls. The pr…
 
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