1. Gain access & interact with world-class influencers
2. Learn from subject-matter experts with over 300 years combined experience
3. Keep up with changing times
4. Discover up-to-date best practices that will bring you better results
5. Network with people who can help you move forward
6. Lead your ministry team and/or organization more effectively
7. Develop systems that save you time & energy
8. Navigate your next steps
9. Think more strategically and less reactively
10. Gain creative solutions to your challenges
11. Invest in your team’s development
12. Get “unstuck” and move forward faster
13. Shorten your learning curve by learning from others’ mistakes & lessons
14. Discover how to work more “on” your ministry or organization than “in” it
15. Lift your leadership lid
16. Dodge unnecessary delays
17. Unleash your latent leadership potential
18. Become the 2.0 version of yourself
19. Increase your kingdom influence, income & impact!
20. Avoid regret; you will kick yourself after you realize you missed it!
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. —Mark Twain
4 Reasons not to attend the Influencers 2.0 Pastors & Leaders Virtual Conference
You’ve tapped out, you’re finished. You don’t believe God has more for you to do or become on earth.
You don’t desire more. You don’t desire to grow yourself or others. You’re content with what you know and what you’ve experienced.
You prefer learning it all by personal experience. Although you know life is short and you have limited time, you’ve decided to learn from your experiences only and not from others.
You like living in the past. Your past successes convinced you that what got you this far will get you further despite living in a fast-paced and ever-changing world where established since 1919 doesn’t guarantee still existing in 2019.
I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.—Jimmy Dean