Your bold idea: Ignite it. Craft it. Launch it.

Today, BoldIdea is born. Consider this post it’s birth announcement (of sorts) and me the proud Papa.

But first, a baby story…


One of the thrills of my life is having a front-row seat in helping men and women discover the thing in them they were meant to do. When I created the Dream Intensive workshop a few years ago, I had no idea what might happen. Like so many bold ideas, it just seemed like something I needed to do. After hearing the first participants, one-by-one, share their dreams and their renewed hope to pursue them—several through tears—I knew something was up. I was convinced of it the following day when I received an email from one of the participants thanking me for helping him see a bold idea God had put within him. He wrote to tell me that he sang in church again after many years of angered refrain.

Since that time, I’ve conducted a number of these workshops, with nearly identical stories. But over the past few years I’ve also received occasional feedback that the name Dream Intensive may be confusing to people. What do we mean by “dream”? Is it new agey? And I’ve had my concerns with it myself because we added a Mastermind program, University, and a Foundation. With everything being named Dream Intensive, well, ironically Dream Intensive lost its intensity.

As a result, we have created a whole new brand, identity and website. We think it better captures what we are doing to ignite Kingdom-minded dreaming. And we also announced dates for our next workshops, including taking the program to the San Francisco Bay Area for the first time:

  • Minneapolis: February 12-13, 2016
  • East San Francisco Bay Area: February 19-20, 2016
  • Denver: February 26-27, 2016

Visit our website and our Facebook page and let me know what you think. And share this announcement with any of your friends that might need a little coaxing with their own bold idea, even if they don’t know they have one.

Here’s to inspiring Kingdom ventures,
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