“Seventy-five percent of Americans nearing retirement age in 2010 had less than $30,000 in their retirement accounts.” – NY Times article on retirement.
- Strategy matters more than ever. How you choose to do things matters.
- The Paterno statue came down at Penn State. It had to.
- The last tweet of one of the victims from the Dark Knight shootings. Senseless.
- Two of the three athletes featured on TIME’s U.S. Olympic cover issue (Lolo Jones and Gabby Douglas) live in Iowa.
- The longer I’m alive, the more I’m convinced that why you believe what you believe is just as important as the belief itself.
- The MonkDev team has a treat for all the good folks going to Echo who are staying at the Westin.
- Speaking of Echo, consider this your official invite to my breakout. It’s on Wednesday from 3-3:50. The topic? The hidden power of the church website. Simply put, what are the opportunity costs of ignoring your website? How do you change people’s lives using the church website? It’s possible. I’ll show you how.
- My son likes dancing to this song
- Confidence levels in the American church, both Catholic and Protestant.
- Really, really bummed by Google’s acquisition of Sparrow. Yeah, yeah. I know. The Sparrow team has a vision for wanting to make email better. This will help them do it. I get it. Bottom line? When I find something that works, I like to stick with it. For a long time. Sparrow will continue to work but will never be updated again. All in the name of feeding the beast. Blech.
- Speaking of email clients, here’s a great example of a promoted tweet from Sparrow rival, Postbox.
- Below: Congrats to AJ Martin and Kelvin Co, winners of the STORY-themed giveaway! You’re proud owners of two Steven Pressfield books. Email me at justinmwise (at) gmail (dot) com to claim your loot!
— AJ Martin (@ajthewonderdog) July 22, 2012
— Kelvin Co (@kelvinco) July 22, 2012