Do You Have a Point? 10 Questions to Ask Yourself

Have you ever used a dull knife or dull scissors?

Or been bored in a dull class?

When it’s your turn to lead—whether a lecture in Sunday school or a discussion in a Facebook group or just at lunch with your friends—don’t be the dull one.

How? By keeping your point sharp.

Have something to say. Make your point clearly. Stay concise enough to be heard and felt.

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What’s Your Point? 10 Questions to Ask Yourself as You Lead

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12 thoughts on “Do You Have a Point? 10 Questions to Ask Yourself

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      Oh yes. I’ve been in those situations too. My current book club (mainly family) is like that. We talk about our book for a little while, but then we get distracted by lengthy tangents. Granted, it’s okay in that setting because part of the goal is to just catch up. But there are other situations where it wouldn’t be appropriate and I’d hate to be the one having to corral everyone back in. 😉

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      Yes, I keep hearing that our attention spans are getting shorter and shorter. I skim so many things now instead of reading them in full. Our time is such a valuable commodity and we want to spend it well! Thanks for sharing this insight, Theresa.

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