Tag Archives: Don Miller



How you can now count on a total stranger to fund your creative cause

I am watching a Christian movie being resurrected from death, right before my eyes. It's saviors appear to be two guys from Nashville and a legion of apostles that have banded together through an incredible crowd-sourcing website called KickStarter.com. Kick Starter is one of the most powerful online engines to raise capital and community for your indie film, debut album, comic book...whatever creative dream your dying to make. Imagine what you might be able to do for your environmental cause or non-profit? I ...

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Write, create, produce, and 12 other ways to develop a better storyline for your life

Fundamentally, storytelling isn't about telling a tale, spinning a yarn, or writing eloquent prose. It's about doing! It's about getting up off of our butts and taking action. While we're living our stories, there are times when it seems mundane, tedious, tough, unfair, scary, boring, unfocused, frightful, you name it. It's not until we capture our stories with hindsight, write them down, and share them with the world that we can truly appreciate our journey and its impact. So while we live them, ...

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My next chapter opens on Donald Miller’s “Storyline Conference”

"When I was younger, I could remember anything, whether it happened or not."   - Mark Twain My wife Michele says I embellish everything. Our son, Parker, recalls a time when we were leaving a decidedly understated Halloween gathering when he was a youngster. As we were pulling out of the driveway, I apparently turned to him in his Einstein costume and said, "Never throw a lame party." For good or bad, that's stuck with him. Do you detect a theme here? Perhaps maybe ...