Oh, yeah! That was the one with the hurricane!
I guess we’ll never forget Momentum 2017.
There were more Tweets and Facebook posts about hotel reservations, flight schedules and security lines than the speakers, artist performances, and social events.
People shared most about what they shared the most.
A subject came up in a session recently that I’ve written about before, but want to pursue a little further in an effort to help you find your vocal “pocket.”
A very talented jock I’e worked with for a few months told a good story on the air about how after you marry, you find out what things you and your spouse see differently. In this case, his wife had ordered takeout food, and to his surprise, there was an extra pork chop that he didn’t expect. So he put it in the refrigerator to have for lunch the next day.
Wow! What a week for our friends along the Texas Gulf Coast in the path of Hurricane Harvey. I personally have friends, co-workers, and family with flooded homes and disrupted lives.
As the Christian radio and music industry heads to Universal Orlando for CMB’s Momentum the Weather Channel beacons out the cone of uncertainty for Hurricane Irma. It’s never a good thing when you see Jim Cantore standing in your front yard.
In times like these there are lessons to be learned, even about our programming.
It was either Sir Isaac Newton or Isaac Hayes who presented the “3 Laws of Motion” in this “Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis.” The other Isaac sang the theme to “Shaft.” His second law deals with momentum, the force gained by a moving object.
I’m not going to pretend to know what this means, but it is the scientific formula of momentum: p = mv
Many of us will be attending the Christian Music Broadcasters “Momentum” in Orlando this week. My hope is there won’t be a lot of physics involved, but it always presents a fantastic opportunity to become a driving force from what we learned.
Momentum plays a role in all phases of successful stations.
“Competence, like truth, beauty, and contact lenses, is in the eye of the beholder.”
Laurence J. Peter
Leadership is the most difficult role anyone can take. Leaders step up, make decisions, and do the hard things – which not everyone understands. Not so tough for managers who keep the status quo under control.
I hear a lot of comments about “good leaders” and “bad leaders,” and while there are some that fit those definitions, we have to be sure we’re not labeling people through the lens of how we see ourselves. Continue reading