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Starting a Fire: Lessons Learned from a Church Planting Adventure with Pastor CB Barthlow
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Starting a Fire: Lessons Learned from a Church Planting Adventure with Pastor CB Barthlow

Author: Josh Bayne and CB Barthlow

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Starting a business, non-profit, church or weight-loss goal has a lot of common themes. Its all about looking for the common thread of strategy to garner the most wins. None of them are easy, but by being honest with yourself in the process, success is attainable.
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CB Barthlow - Planted

CB Barthlow - Planted

2019-09-2744:371

An interview with Co-Host CB Barthlow.
Josh Schmitz of Ruckus, Death crew, and a dozen other amazing things, joins us to talk about life and looking back.
Jillian Gibbs is founder and CEO of APR, a digital Ad company with one of, if not the largest, ad spend budgest in the world. CB used to work for her and she was instrumental in helping him develop into the leader he is today. Today Jillian shares some insights on authenticity, keeping things, fresh, and how she found success in a male dominated field. Jillians Twitter: twitter.com/jgsmiles
A bonus episode of CB speaking at Harvest Indy South... you'll hear that he took some of the criticism he received and made some adjustments... ENJOY!!!
Self Assessment

Self Assessment

2019-08-0643:57

Self Assessment is by far one of the most pivotal things you can do to help move your business, idea, non-profit, or life forward. This episode is all about how we did it, complete with interviews, examples, and a lot of laughs.
Tending the Fire

Tending the Fire

2019-06-2652:08

For season two of the podcast we want to continue with the metaphor of starting a fire. No great camp fire or fire in your fireplace thrives without someone who is diligently tending to it. That means adding new wood and removing the debris. Paying attention to the things that we’re trying to create can mean the difference between hoping for something nice and creating something great… so this season we’re going to be taking you inside our own fire, the church plant called beacon in Denver Colorado. You can connect with us on social media in a few different ways. Pastor CB Instagram @cbbarthlow Facebook Search CB Barthlow Twitter @CBBarthlow Josh Bayne Instagram @joshbaynedenver Facebook Search Josh Bayne Beacon Instagram @denverbeacon Online @ www.denverbeacon.org
Don't Be a Jerk!

Don't Be a Jerk!

2019-04-1236:39

There is something to be said about the drive needed to do something new. We’ve talked about single-minded purpose or laser-like focus before but let’s be clear that’s not narrow sighted selfishness. We cannot mistake the need to be driven for the desire to be narcissistic.
In life, set-backs are inevitable but the difference between a minor slow down and a permanent stop is all in how you see it.
Celebrate Down

Celebrate Down

2019-03-2924:40

Too many leaders are busy trying to surround themselves with the leaders they think will make them matter at the expense of those they lead... the people to whom you actually matter.
Faithful... Not Famous

Faithful... Not Famous

2019-03-2229:15

This episode is really about personal growth. It can easily be ascribed to spirituality, business, or entrepreneurism. The whole idea we want to tackle today is that we need to be faithful not famous
If you’re ever going to step out and do something great, you’ll need to not only be good at the task at hand, but also have some skills leading people. And look, people can fickle, unreliable, self-serving and sometimes downright unpleasant. Learning to deal with the perils of leadership is not something you can master quickly, it’s more aptly developed on the job and there really is no way to know if you’ve got it all mastered.
The worse it feels the better you get. God is always working to refine us and that means he’s burning and pruning things that we no longer need and removing parts that don’t please him. It hurts and that’s good. Here’s how pain helps.
There’s this current self-help notion among people interested in purpose it’s ok to cut people off. The toxic people, the disrespectful people, the disagreeable people. That notion is wrong. STOP CUTTING PEOPLE OFF
The Power of Priority

The Power of Priority

2019-02-2223:01

Any time you endeavor to do something great, you’ll find the distractions increase exponentially. If you really want to win, you have to keep the main thing, the main thing.
There’s an old-school axiom passed down from generations meant to inspire young people to lead and work with strength and dignity but it’s a big fat lie. Never let them see you sweat is the dumbest thing we’ve ever told ourselves and today we’re going to change that! Unless you are being authentic, open, and honest with yourself and those around you, you will never reach your full potential.
Timing is Everything

Timing is Everything

2019-02-1230:351

Timing is everything: there is a difference between doing things right now and doing things right. For the dreamers out there, it can be very difficult to slow our pace and get things in order but preparation can mean the difference between a fleeting fire and a long burn. By utilizing a timing strategy, you can maximize your potential to ensure a long and successful outcome.
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Bret Timberlake

I got to see cb prech for my young adults group a while back and I can tell hes got something new. super cool to hear fresh ideas about positive criticism

Aug 21st
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