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O Me of Little Faith

Look, a Video Blog!

posted by Jason Boyett

Office lighting is SO unflattering. I usually look a lot more Brad Pitt-like.

So…you like the video? Should I do this more often? How much of my Texas accent comes through?

(Comments are welcome.)

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posted July 28, 2008 at 9:35 am

Love the note cards idea; I use a similar approach even though I don’t have the Zondervan deal yet. : ) I can’t even tell you how old some of my cards are!The best part for me, as a visual person, is that when I’m ready to outline I can lay those cards out all over the floor and piece everything together like a giant puzzle.

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Bryan Allain

posted July 28, 2008 at 9:55 am

good idea with the note cards, and good job with the vlog. always nice to break things up from the normal blog routine and get some audio/visual action going on. the crowd demands more!

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Scott Turbeville

posted July 28, 2008 at 10:35 am

Very cool. I kinda felt like i was sitting across from you and having a conversation and was frustrated that you wouldn’t allow me to talk. I will definitely be using the notecard idea, not just for writing but for speaking as well. My audience will be thankful that I’m not recalling stories or quotes as illustrations in generalities, but will now have the details laid out and well organized. Thanks for the tip!

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Matthew H. John

posted July 28, 2008 at 10:45 am

Regarding the bright light emanating from your forehead: apology accepted.Definitely continue with the vlogging. Brilliant indeed.

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posted July 31, 2008 at 9:58 am

great ideas for your upcoming book. you did a great job on your video blog and your accent sounded like my former pastor’s accent and he is from Alaska.

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