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Article | Books > interviews blogger, author and speaker Jon Acuff about his book "Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Avera»
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Tyler Reagin catches up with Jon Acuff to discuss leadership, social media, and ego. Then Carlos Whittaker talks to Sher»
Audio | Books > interviews blogger, author and speaker Jon Acuff about his book "Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Es»
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A packed episode featuring Jon Acuff, best-selling author of Quitter, Stuff Christians Like and soon to release book Sta»
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How to Create a Killer Tribe | Jon Acuff + Bryan Allain
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Jon Acuff | Terminal Podcast
Jon Acuff is a long-time blogger with Stuff Christians Like, he's the author of Quitter and Stuff Christians Like, and a»
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Simply Youth Ministry | SYM Post Game Show w/ Jon Acuff and The Skit Guys
Featuring Jon Acuff and the Skit Guys.
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Jon Acuff, author of "Stuff Christians Like," "Quitter," and "Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Average and Do Work that Matters"FROM PEANUTS & POPCORNLast... Read more!
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Recently some news took me by surprise:  the Jon Acuff resignation from the Dave Ramsey team. Acuff is known for his best-selling books Start and Quitter as well as the popular blog Stuff Christians Like. Dave Ramsey is, of course, the popular author and radio personality known for Financial Peace University and the EntreLeadership platform. []The post Jon Acuff Resignation from the Dave Ramsey Team: Rent Your Job, Own Your Platform appeared fir»
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 Jon Acuff is an amazing guy. No, I haven't personally met him, although I'd love to. Through interviews and reading his book "Start" and being a part of his Facebook "Start Experiment", though, I feel like I have an insight into him. Start has changed my life. I e-mailed him and told him that, and received a response. But it's not just the book. The book was a paradigm shift, an "aha" moment for me. What has benefited me most has been the encou»