David Santistevan joins us this month
to discuss organization, productivity, and efficiency as a worship
leader. Many musicians have a bad rap for being lazy and
disorganized, but this should NOT be the case in the
Church! David is the host of the well-known “Beyond Sunday Podcast”
(a podcast for worship leaders that you should DEFINITELY be
listening to), as well as an author, blogger, worship leader,
songwriter, album producer, music instructor and family man! So
David clearly knows a lot about time management and
In this episode we talk
about why organization and productivity matter for Worship Leaders,
how to set goals, the difference between consumers and creators,
fighting distraction and staying focused, tips and tools for being
efficient with your tasks and time, keeping people and God first
while chasing God-sized dreams, and keeping your motives pure while
you seek to do something BIG for the kingdom of God. If you like
the episode, please consider leaving us a review on
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There is a difference between busyness & productivity.
Productivity has VISION attached to it. -Tweet
people's days don't happen by accident. Everything is planned from
start to finish. -Tweet That!
hours you use for "consumption" and begin using them for creation.
way to fight against distractions is to remove them completely.
question: does this thing I'm about to do move me toward
accomplishing one of my goals? -Tweet That!
so productive that you neglect people in the process.
God is more
interested in who you are becoming than what you are doing.
About the Podcast
Do you want to be a better worship leader?
Worship Ministry Training is a monthly podcast for worship leaders and worship team members. Giving you the practical training, techniques, and mindsets you need to excel musically, theologically and pastorally! Interviewing experts in the field of worship leading and ministry. Started in 2014 and still going strong!
For more free training resources for worship leaders, worship pastors, music directors, and worship team members visit www.worshipministrytraining.com