Wed, 26 April 2023
CNLP 567 | Will Guidara on Creating the Best Restaurant in the World, When Obsession and Noticing Everything Is a Gift, Getting Your Team to Buy In, and Unreasonable Hospitality
Will Guidara, of Eleven Madison Park, talks about his journey to creating the #1 restaurant in the world, with three Michelin Stars and Four Stars from the New York Times. He discusses how being obsessive and noticing everything can work for you (not against you), how unreasonable hospitality became their signature mark, dealing with unhappy customers, and how to get your team to own your culture and buy-in.
Mon, 24 April 2023
CNLP 566 | JP Pokluda on ChatGPT and Preaching, The Preaching Process He Uses, Gen Z Church and The Virtues and Vices of Leaders
In this episode, JP Pokluda talks about preaching and reaching young adults, ChatGPT, AI and what it means for preachers. He shares the exact preaching process he uses, what Gen Z church might look like, his thoughts on the Asbury revival, and the virtues and vices of leaders.
Mon, 17 April 2023
CNLP 565 | Mark Batterson On His Exact Writing Process, Where He Gets His Ideas From, Non-Anxious Curiosity, And How To Be True To Your Voice When Others Want to Change It
New York Times Bestselling author Mark Batterson breaks down his exact writing process, which he's used for 23 books and several New York Times Bestsellers. He also shares where he gets his ideas from, how he tracks them, how to develop a non-anxious curiosity, and how to be true to your voice when others want to change it. Mark updates his writing process from the first time he outlined it in Episode 32 of the podcast.
Wed, 12 April 2023
CNLP 564 | Gretchen Rubin on Why Rebels Plant Churches, Clerking for the US Supreme Court, Picking Yourself, How to Increase Your Energy and Be Happier
New York Times Bestselling author and podcaster Gretchen Rubin talks about the four tendencies, why rebels plant churches, clerking for the US Supreme Court and Sandra Day O'Connor, picking yourself, and how to increase your energy and be happier.
Mon, 10 April 2023
CNLP 563 | David Platt on the Idolatry of Personal and Political Convictions, How Politics and Division Are Fueling Deconversion, and How the American Gospel Hijacks Hearts
New York Times Bestselling author David Platt outlines why the tightly held personal and political convictions of so many Christians have become idolatry, how politics and division are fueling deconversion, and how the American Gospel hijacked so many hearts.
Mon, 3 April 2023
CNLP 562 | Albert Tate on How to Craft a World Class Message, His Sermon/Talk Preparation, and How to Read People Rather Than Your Notes When You're Speaking
Keynote speaker and preacher Albert Tate talks about how to craft a world-class talk, how he prepares a message, why recording a separate message for online services is a better approach, and how to read people not your notes when you're preaching.