Many leaders are derailed somewhere along the path between desiring effective delegation skills and developing delegation skills.
Let me challenge you to reevaluate how you approach the idea of a good day’s work. The value of a good day’s work is not found in the amount of time you put into it. It is found in...
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I’m so thankful that I worried over that”? Worry can rob you of every leadership skill you have ever developed. Here is a simple option to negate worry.
The pressures of undesired circumstances can weigh heavily on a leader. God has given you the authority, knowledge, and wisdom for properly handling circumstances.
Warning: this thought contains numerous analogies.
Some things are so obvious that we become blind to them. Consider these famous sayings. You can’t see the forest for the trees. It is as plain as the nose on your face. If it had been a snake, it would have bitten you. We use quips like these to make a point that something is so obvious and yet, for some reason, we just don’t get it.
Last time here on Intentional Leadership, we discussed how worry can rob you of every leadership skill you have ever developed. We explored that planning is a powerful tool which empowers you to overcome worry and continue to make successful progress.
Here is one thing I know about being a leader. Worry will never empower you. Worry can rob you of every leadership skill you have ever developed.