Greg Atkinson is back! The author of several books, including The Secret Power of Kindness: 10 Keys to Unlocking Your Capacity to Change the World, Greg is probably most well-known as one of the leading church experts on hospitality and First Impressions.
Greg and I talk about his brave choice to end the cycle of abuse he inherited from his family and choose kindness instead. Plus, he answers several important questions, like
- What is kindness?
- Why is kindness so powerful?
- Practical ways to become a kinder person
Bonus Chat (on YouTube, available to donors and newsletter subscribers)
In the bonus chat, Karl and Greg talk about Why is Unity in Such Short Supply in the Church? In this video chat, they address some important trigger issues that Greg writes about in the last chapter of his book, including racism, politics and more.
In the bonus chat Karl and Greg talk about Why is Unity in Such Short Supply in the Church? This convo addresses some important trigger issues that Greg writes about in the last chapter of his book, including racism, politics and more.
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