Those who are most successful in life and the pastorate are those who listen to others. We need to learn to receive counsel from others, whether it is from a trusted mega-church pastor, the old man who sits on the third row, or the little girl who has her feelings hurt. Josh King on hearing the voices of others.
No leader wants to be a flash in the pan. They all want to have sustainable success and stand the test of time. Furthermore, leaders want to leave a legacy which inspires others to accomplish great things. Here are seven practices of leaders who stand the test of time.
In certain seasons of life, it can be especially hard to be productive at work, at school, at home, or otherwise. Great stuff from Entrepreneur on how to be productive.
Tony Merida, Lead Pastor of Imago Dei Church and Associate Professor of Preaching at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses what Paul says to Timothy in 2 Timothy 2:14-26. He examines and applies images like an “unashamed workmen,” a “holy vessel,” and a “servant.”
What are the qualities of the ideal team member you would want to invite on your team? What are your non-negotiables for you? Suffice it to say that whom you allow on your team can either make or break that team. This is a very important decision for your future success and fruitfulness. Dave Kraft shares insight on the qualities of ideal teammates.