Six Times to Talk to Your Guests

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  1. February 12, 2014

    […] Yesterday we covered the six times in a weekend service that you should strategically plan to address your guests. But what about times when you should strategically plan not to talk to them? […]

  2. February 28, 2014

    […] Read more from @LetMeBeFranks here. […]

  3. March 5, 2014

    […] Talk to ‘em. From the stage. Every week. Multiple times. Again, that’s not singling them out for […]

  4. December 9, 2014

    […] will be present, and we do everything we can to make them feel welcome and not to feel awkward. We speak to our guests throughout the service, helping to include them in what we’re doing. We offer guests a chance to respond to the […]

  5. January 5, 2015

    […] 2. Does it require explanation? If the answer is “yes,” then give one. There’s nothing wrong with some “insider” activity or language, as long as you give the rationale. […]

  6. March 3, 2015

    […] unclear, confusing, or concerning to a guest, we owe it to them to bring some clarity. (Check out Six Times to Talk to Your Guests.) That builds trust and rapport with outsiders, and helps them become […]

  7. December 16, 2015

    […] will be present, and we do everything we can to make them feel welcome and not to feel awkward. We speak to our guests throughout the service, helping to include them in what we’re doing. We offer guests a chance to respond to the […]

  8. January 9, 2017

    […] welcome center should be part of the normal weekly “script” in your service. As you are talking to your guests, point them to the welcome center to either (a) get connected or (b) get more information. Try to […]

  9. September 6, 2017

    […] This post as well as this one hints at what you’re asking, albeit in a roundabout way. But here are a few more foundational points: […]

  10. December 18, 2017

    […] will be present, and we do everything we can to make them feel welcome and not to feel awkward. We speak to our guests throughout the service, helping to include them in what we’re doing. We offer guests a chance to respond to the […]

  11. October 30, 2018

    […] Six Times to Talk to Your Guests – Danny Franks on October 19, 2017 at 8:53 […]

  12. March 19, 2019

    […] Six Times to Talk to Your Guests […]

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