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4 Simple But Yet Crucial Reminders For Every Leader

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As a leader it can be easy to forgot certain simple, yet profound, truths that will help and keep you grounded and thriving as a leader within your organization, church or ministry. You must constantly revisit and "preach to yourself" these reminders to yourself every day.

excerpted from Michael

I don’t know everything. The best thing I can do as a leader is to strive to be a learner. (Tweet This) I need to ask questions. I need to empower those smarter than me. I need to allow others to get the credit!

I’m not good at everything. There are some things I don’t even need to pretend I am good at. There are some things I just don’t need to do or be involved in. Every time I try to do something I am not good at I rob another leader of the chance to shine.

I can’t do everything. I have to be willing to say no. When I say no to one thing I am saying yes to something else. No empowers me to say yes to what matters most. I don’t need to fuel the idea that I can meet every need!

I’m not the secret to this organization’s success. I can be replaced. I am not the secret ingredient to whatever good is happening. I have to remember that I will be the leader where I am at for a season and one day I will pass that role to another. God can use who he wants to lead, it’s an honor to be a small part of what He is doing. (Tweet This)

(ht: Michael Bayne)


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