What’s Boring for You May Be a Home Run for Someone Else

A challenge for communicators is to continually tackle the work we do, regardless of how fun and exciting it is. Sometimes, it’s downright boring. This is part two of a five-part series tackling boring vs. fun in church communication. 

There are times when we simply have to suck it up and deal with the “boring” to be able to do the “fun” parts of church communication. But grunting through what we don’t like or are not wired to do is not smart for the organization, sustainable for our team or healthy for us personally… even if we have positive attitudes about it.

Read the rest of Kelvin’s post here.

Read Part 1 here.

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