One-minute update on the Generosity Gameplan Beta Season
The season of beta testing the digital Generosity Gameplan is in full swing and we are learning so much!
Step one – Friends and family tested for bugs in the technology we’ve built to support a digital Generosity Gameplan toolkit.
Step two – Once the bugs were cleared up and the beta web application was deemed ready for trials in the market place, I delivered 50 + demonstrations to curious advisors, association executives, family consultants, pastors, and church lay leaders. Thirty of these folks stepped up to join the beta season and received license keys to create their own Generosity Gameplans.
Here’s what we’ve learned so far:
Is the toolkit relevant to planning a generous life?
We are receiving high marks on this front so far, especially for those who …
Organic Generosity – Discerning What Wants to Happen
I spent part of last week in Colorado with my son Micah. We visited some friends at a technology startup where they are creating a platform for any Champion (therapist, pastor, business owner, nonprofit executive, etc.) that is helping other people grow in their relationships, spirit, or wellness. We expected to see coders, developers, and geeks. What we found were coders, developers, and geeks…on a mission.
This struck Micah and me as odd at first. Ambitious, smart as heck people that were authentic and focused on helping other people grow. But they had a very unique posture. Rather than waking up making something happen each day, they live out each day discerning what wants to happen. This is an earth-shaking juxtaposition of workplace motivation.
It occurred to us …