Tag Archives: Scott Nesbitt

Aligning Yourself with a Cause

At a department Christmas social the other week, we had a special meeting following lunch. During the meeting, people spontaneously shared their feelings about working for the Church or other thoughts they had. More than a dozen people stood up. Although it wasn’t called such, the meeting was similar to a “testimony meeting,” which is Continue Reading »

Thinking About a More Personal Style of Podcasting

You can either listen to this post as a mini-podcast or just read it. They’re mostly the same, but not entirely. Download MP3 Duration: 7 min. I listened to a couple of podcasts back to back tonight that, taken alone, might not have had as strong an impact on me as they did together. The Continue Reading »

Scott Nesbitt Interview with Stewart Mader on Wikis

At Doc Train, Stewart Mader was such a popular guy that both Scott Nesbitt and I interviewed him separately. I just listened to Scott’s interview while shooting hoops tonight, and I thoroughly enjoyed their exchange.  Scott touched on many angles I didn’t cover and went more in depth. Here are several things that struck me: