A leader is not the person who talks about what needs to be done or even understands what needs to be done. Instead, the person who takes intentional action to change a situation ultimately earns the right to be the leader. The person who goes first will inspire others to move and follow. Here are: four reasons courage is necessary for every leader:
Whether by design or by default…culture happens! The goal is to be intentional about the way it happens. So one of our primary responsibilities as a leader is to design the culture we want to build. But do we have a blueprint?
For the pastor and the church, I can’t overemphasize the importance of a great Sunday service. For most people in the world who decide to give the church one more shot, they will do so on Sunday morning. This means every Sunday there are potential congregants sitting out there giving the church one more shot through your church! That’s an opportunity. Frankly, the reason most churches are not growing is because they are not prepared for that family’s tough inspection. Pastor, your worship service must get better!
If you are a leader, you will have #HATERS. You will be misunderstood & criticized. Not everyone is going to like you or your methods. Some will question your motives. A few will try to take you down or run you out of town. So how do we respond? Here are SEVEN WAYS TO RESPOND TO YOUR HATERS:
I began speaking professionally when I was twenty-three years of age. I was OK but nothing to write home about. However, over time, I have grown tremendously as a communicator! How did I grow? I actually had a plan to grow as a communicator. Experience won’t necessarily make you better. Do you have plan to grow your communication skills? Here are "Three Fast Ways to Grow As A Communicator":