No More Ghost Towns

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  1. Bob Adams says:


    As usual, you have raised an excellent point. You have nailed so many Guest Experience practices that you should be a carpenter!

    Really, this is probably the number 1 deficiency I find in the churches I work with. I experienced it at a client yesterday during my onsite evaluation, and will be discussing it with them tomorrow in our presentation.

    We have to remember that Guests run on their schedule, not ours.

    • Danny says:

      Thanks Bob! Sentence #2 is going on my business card. The last sentence, I’m going to steal and use as my own. 🙂

      Kudos to you for running an onsite consultation during Monsoon 2015 yesterday!

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