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Story: The couple and 3 Advises


A very poor newly wedded, young couple lived in a small farm.
One day the husband made the following proposal to his wife:
Honey, I will leave the house: I will travel faraway, get a job and
work hard in order to come back and give you the
comfortable life that you deserve. I do not know how
long I will stay away, I only ask one thing,
please wait for me, and while I am away, you should be
faithful to me, because I will be faithful to you.


His wife agreed, so the young man left. He walked many days
until he found a farmer who was in need of
someone to help him. The young man offered his services.
He was accepted. Therefore he discussed the terms with his boss:
Let me work for as long as I want and when I think I
should go home, please relieve me of my duties.


I do not want to receive my salary. I ask you to save it for me,
until the day I leave. The day I decide to go, please give me
the money and I will go my way.
They agreed on that. So, the young man worked for
twenty years without holiday and without rest.
After twenty years, he came to his boss and said:
Boss, I want my money, because I am returning to my home.
The boss replied: All right, after all, I made a deal with you
and I will stick to it. However, before you go I want to offer you
something new: I will give you all your money and send
you away; or I will give you 3 pieces of advice and send you away.
If I give you money, you lose the 3 pieces of advice.


 If I give you the 3 pieces of advice, you lose the money.
Now, go to your room and think about your answer.


He thought for two days.
Then he went to the boss and told him:
I want the 3 pieces of advice. The boss stressed again,
if I give you the 3 pieces of advice, I will not give you
the money, and the man replied:
I want the 3 pieces of advice.
The boss then told him:
No. 1: Never take shortcuts in your life,
shorter and unknown paths can cost your life.


No. 2: Never be too curious, for curiosity towards evil
can be deadly.


No.3: Never make decisions in moments of anger or pain,
because when you repent, it could be too late.

After giving these 3 pieces of advice, the boss said to him:
Here, you have 3 loaves of bread, 2 are for you to eat
during the journey and the last is for you to eat with
your wife when you get home.


So, the man went his way, after twenty years away from
home and from his wife, whom he loved so much.
After the first day of travel, he found a man who greeted
him and asked: Where are you going? He replied:
To a distant place which is about 20 days away if I continue walking.
The man said to him: Ol' boy, this path is too long!
I know a shortcut that is very safe and you will arrive in 5 days only.
The man began to follow the path suggested until he
remembered the first piece of advice.
Then, he returned and followed the long path. Days later he
learned that the shortcut led to an ambush.
After a few more days of travel, he found an in

n by
the roadside, where he could rest. He paid for a room
and after taking a bath he lay down to sleep.
During the night he woke up as he heard a
terrifying scream. He rose to his feet and went to
the door to check what happened.
As he was opening the door, he remembered the
second piece of advice.


Therefore he returned, lay down again and slept.
At dawn, after breakfast, the owner of the lodging asked
him if he had not heard the scream at night.
He affirmed that he heard. Then, the host said:
Were you not curious to see what happened? And he replied:
No, I was not. Then the host said: You are the
first guest to leave this inn alive.


My neighbour is completely crazy. He usually shouts at
night to call someone’s attention. When some of the
guests come out, he kills them and buries their bodies
in the backyard. The man continued his long journey,
eager to arrive soon. After many days and nights walking,
he was very tired, but he finally saw his house far away.
It was night. He saw some light coming out of the window of
his house and was able to see the silhouette of his wife.


But he also saw that she was not alone. He came closer
and saw there was a man with her. She
softly caressed his hair. When he saw that
scene, his heart was filled with hatred and bitterness.
He decided to rush at and kill them both mercilessly.
However, he took a deep breath and he remembered the
third piece of advice. Then he stopped, reflected and
decided to sleep outside that night. He slept in the
midst of the bushes, determined to make a
decision the next day. At dawn, he was calmer and thought:
I will not kill my wife and her lover. I am going back to my boss
to ask him to take me back. But before I go, I want to tell
my wife that I have always been faithful to her.

He went to the front door and knocked. When his wife
opened the door and recognized him, she cried and
embraced him warmly. He tried to push her away, but he
was not able. Then, with tears in his eyes he told her:
I was faithful to you but you betrayed me.
She was shocked, so she replied:
How did I betray you? I have never betrayed you.


 I waited patiently for you for twenty good years. Then he asked:
How about the man that you were caressing yesterday?
And she said: That man is your son. When you left,
I discovered I was pregnant. Today he is twenty years old.
Hearing that, the man asked her forgiveness.
He met and hugged his son. Then he told them all
the things he had experienced while away.
Meanwhile, his wife prepared some coffee for them to
eat together, the last bread given by his boss.
After a prayer of thanksgiving, he broke the bread.


When he looked at it, he found all his money inside.
In fact, there was even more than the right payment for his
twenty years of dedication and hard work.

Friends, our God is like this boss. When he
asks us to make a sacrifice, he wants to give us more
than what we give Him. He wants us to have His unique
wisdom as well as the material blessings.

Personality of Royalty

A personality of royalty lies in being constantly cheerful.

 When we see someone with positive qualities, even during negative situations, we really admire their positivity. It could be patience, wisdom or any other positive quality that comes across. But much more than that, it is the happiness or contentment that is visible in the form of a cheerful face. This is the true personality of royalty that we too need to make an attempt to imbibe.

Power of Focus!


What do you think is the biggest obstacle that people do not get what they desire? - Not enough money? Actually, there’s plenty of money. - Not enough time? Actually, all have the time you need. - Not enough motivation? You have to search for it.


The biggest obstacle is: DISTRACTIONS. - We live in the age of distraction. Everywhere is Distractions - that take our focus - our productivity – and that means loss.

we are much, much more productive when we focus on ONE thing. If you want to become successful in any area of life – then priority number one is to take control over your distractions. when you focus – You are more creative - more effective - more fulfilled – motivated – and inspired life

If you’re reading this, I assume you are an ambitious person. You see that there is abundance in this world and understand that you are worthy of having it in your life.

Sometimes your goals are so big that you take no action at all. At that time break those goals into mini-goals. Then focus all your attention on the mini-goal. Something magical will happen. Mini-goals give you the opportunity to reach your big goal.

Focus is like a muscle. The more you work it, the stronger it’ll get. Now that you understand why focus is so important, take a look at the time what is distractions? what are the biggest distractions that pull you out of that mode?

A 2008 study at The British Institute of Psychiatry showed that checking your email while performing another creative task decreases your IQ at that moment by 10 points. The same is with face book and whatsapp. Yet we willingly put ourselves in a state by distractions while we work! Therefore when you are working, you need to completely immerse yourself in the task at hand. Control those distractions of emails – face book or whatsapp.

Say to yourself, “after doing an hour of work, I give permission to myself to respond to emails – face book or whatsapp /surf the web/socialize with co-workers.”

Disengaging is vitally important because how you spend your free time is just as important as how you spend your working time - That you refresh and energise. If you have to work long hours, disengaging during free time is even more important. It’s essential for peak performance.

Okay, now, be honest – getting the benefit of taking time for yourself? you completely get the power of engagement! By getting focus you can get anything. BE SERIOUS.

Story: Commitment - By Olehile Fischer Thataone

I will never forget what my old headmaster told taught me. Normally when you are only 15 years of age you do not remember most of the things that are preached by your teachers. But, this particular story is one such lesson that I will never forget. Every time I drift off course, I get reminded of this story.

It was a normal Monday morning at an assembly, and he was addressing the students on important things in life and about committing ourselves to what is important to us. This is how the story went:

An old man lived in a certain part of London, and he would wake up every morning and go to the subway. He would get the train right to Central London, and then sit at the street corner and beg. He would do this every single day of his life. He sat at the same street corner and begged for almost 20 years.

His house was filthy, and a stench came out of the house and it smelled horribly. The neighbors could not stand the smell anymore, so they summoned the police officers to clear the place. The officers knocked down the door and cleaned the house. There were small bags of money all over the house that he had collected over the years.

The police counted the money, and they soon realized that the old man was a millionaire. They waited outside his house in anticipation to share the good news with him. When he arrived home that evening, he was met by one the officers who told him that there was no need for him to beg any more as he was a rich man now, a millionaire.

He said nothing at all; he went into his house and locked the door. The next morning he woke up as usual, went to the subway, got into the train, and sat at the street corner and continued to beg.

Obviously, this old man had no great plans, dreams or anything significant for his life. We learn nothing from this story other than staying focused on the things we enjoy doing, commitment.

We should remain true to our course; which may mean committing yourselves to things that people around you would normally disapprove. Let nothing distract us from being happy, let nothing else determine our fate, but ourselves.

What makes us happy is what matters in the end, not what we acquire.

How to get rich - The Mental Approach


The difference between the rich and the poor is not in how much money they have, but in the way they talk, the way they act and the way they think. The way you think is what you have created in your mind. The way you talk and act is what you express in to outer world. If you want to be fully wealthy, you must be fully aligned in your thoughts, speech and actions. Half alignment results in half wealth. Poor people communicate lack- scarcity in every way while rich people communicate abundance in every way...

Your environment affect your consciousness. Everything that you see around you will subconsciously impress upon you the thinking of poverty or wealth. The more broken stuff you are, the more you will feel lack. When you keep signs of abundance in your environment, your subconscious mind will be constantly impressed with the idea of abundance. By feeling abundance, you will perpetuate the conditions of abundance in your reality...

The subconscious impression of abundance creates conditions of abundance. Seeing abundance in one area creates a mental shift and allows you to start seeing and feeling more abundance in your entire life. Whatever area in your life you have right now that makes you feel rich and powerful, create more of rich and power.

Use this thinking to affect other thing. The key is to get more references of abundance for you to be conscious of so as to impress upon your subconscious mind as much as possible the reality of abundance...

Your actions either create subconscious impressions of wealth or poverty. By choosing to buy the best and quality products for yourself, you are saying that you are worth it, that you are the best. you simply spend in a way that makes you truly happy... Your subconscious mind will pick up these impressions from your actions and create conditions in your life that makes state of mind rich. To manifest wealth, you must begin with living as though you are already wealthy.

10 Reasons Nice Bosses Finish First

10 Reasons Nice Bosses Finish First

10 Reasons Nice Bosses Finish First

By Dr. Travis Bradberry
Many bosses assume that a leader needs to be aloof and tough on employees in order to be effective. They fear that looking "soft" will erode their employee's motivation and respect for them. To prove their case, they cite examples of brilliant leaders who modeled a tough leadership style, such as Steve Jobs, who berated his employees.
 
When it comes to success as a leader, radically tough leadership styles are exceptions to the rule, not the rule. Recent research has shown that overly tough bosses create significant health and motivation problems in their employees, which will make you think twice about taking the tough-as-nails approach.
 
Overly tough bosses create stress, and lots of it, as the research shows: A University of London study found an especially strong link between heart disease and boss-inflicted stress, while a University of Concordia study found that employees who rate themselves as highly stressed added 46% to their employer's health care costs. Research from the Institute of Naval Medicine found that overly tough bosses cause people to seek jobs elsewhere, to perform at a lower level, to decline promotions, and even to quit. Finally, a survey from Randstad Consulting showed that most employees would trade in their bosses for better ones rather than receive a $5,000 pay raise. People don't leave jobs; they leave bad bosses.
 
The thing is, nice bosses don't just prevent health and motivational problems among their employees; they create massive benefits that hard-nosed bosses can't. A California State Long Beach study found that leaders who treat their teams fairly have far more cohesive and productive teams and that the individuals in those teams perform better. Research from the University of Virginia found that leaders who were considered "self-sacrificing" and "helpful" were viewed as especially inspirational and motivational and their employees were more helpful to their colleagues and more committed to their teams.
 
So, what exactly does a "nice" boss look like, and how does one pull this off without being a push over? Let's find out.
 
1. They're kind without being weak. One of the toughest things for leaders to master is kindness. It's a balancing act, and the key to finding balance is to recognize that true kindness is inherently strong—it's direct and straightforward. Telling people the difficult truth they need to hear is much kinder than protecting them (or yourself) from a difficult conversation. This is weak. Also, true kindness doesn't come with expectations. Kindness is thin when you use it in a self-serving manner—people can see right through kindness when a kind leader has an agenda.
 
2. They're strong without being harsh. Strength is an important quality in a leader. People will wait to see if a leader is strong before they decide to follow his or her lead or not. People need courage in their leaders. They need someone who can make difficult decisions and watch over the good of the group. They need a leader who will stay the course when things get tough. People are far more likely to show strength themselves when their leader does the same.
A lot of leaders mistake domineering, controlling, and otherwise harsh behavior for strength. They think that taking control and pushing people around will somehow inspire a loyal following. Strength isn't something you can force on people; it's something you earn by demonstrating it time and again in the face of adversity. Only then will people trust that they should follow you.
 
3. They're confident, without being cocky. We gravitate to confident leaders because confidence is contagious, and it helps us to believe that there are great things in store. The trick, as a leader, is to make certain your confidence doesn't slip into arrogance and cockiness. Confidence is about passion and belief in your ability to make things happen, but when your confidence loses touch with reality, you begin to think you can do things you can't and have done things you haven't. Suddenly it's all about you. This arrogance makes you lose credibility.
Great, confident leaders are still humble. They don't allow their accomplishments and position of authority to make them feel that they're better than anyone else. As such, they don't hesitate to jump in and do the dirty work when needed, and they don't ask their followers to do anything they aren't willing to do themselves.
 
4. They stay positive, but remain realistic. Another major challenge that leaders face is finding the balance between keeping things positive and still being realistic. Think of a sailboat with three people aboard: a pessimist, an optimist, and a great leader. Everything is going smoothly until the wind suddenly sours. The pessimist throws his hands up and complains about the wind; the optimist sits back, saying that things will improve; but the great leaders says, "We can do this!" and he adjusts the sails and keeps the ship moving forward. The right combination of positivity and realism is what keeps things moving forward.
 
5. They're role models, not preachers. Great leaders inspire trust and admiration through their actions, not just their words. Many leaders say that integrity is important to them, but great leaders walk their talk by demonstrating integrity every day. Harping on people all day long about the behavior you want to see has a tiny fraction of the impact you achieve by demonstrating that behavior yourself.
 
6. They're willing to take a bullet for their people. The best leaders will do anything for their teams, and they have their people's backs no matter what. They don't try to shift blame, and they don't avoid shame when they fail. They're never afraid to say, "The buck stops here," and they earn people's trust by backing them up. Great leaders also make it clear that they welcome challenges, criticism, and viewpoints other than their own. They know that an environment where people are afraid to speak up, offer insights, and ask good questions is destined for failure.
 
7. They balance work and fun. There are plenty of bosses out there who know how to have fun. Unfortunately, this is often at the expense of results. And for every boss out there who has a bit too much fun, there's one who doesn't know how to have any fun at all. It takes a kind, but balanced leader to know how to motivate and push employees to be their best but to also have the wherewithal to slow it down at the appropriate time in order to celebrate results and have fun. This balance prevents burnout, builds a great culture, and gets results.
 
8. They form personal connections. Even in a crowded room, kind leaders make people feel like they're having a one-on-one conversation, as if they're the only person in the room that matters. And, for that moment, they are. Kind leaders communicate on a very personal, emotional level. They never forget that there's a flesh-and-blood human being standing in front of them.
 
9. They deliver feedback flawlessly. It takes a tactful leader to deliver feedback that is accurate and objective but also considerate and inspirational. Leaders who are kind know how to take into account the feelings and perspectives of their employees while still delivering the message they need to hear in order to improve.
 
10. They're generous. Great leaders are generous. They share credit and offer enthusiastic praise and they're as committed to their followers' success as they are to their own. They want to inspire all their employees to achieve their personal best—not just because it will make the team more successful, but because they care about each person as an individual.
"A good leader is a person who takes a little more than his share of the blame and a little less than his share of the credit."
  –John Maxwell
 
Bringing It All Together
Kind leaders are dynamic; they meld a variety of unique skills into an integrated whole. Incorporate the behaviors above into your repertoire, and you'll see immediate improvement in your leadership skills.

AUTHOR:
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Travis Bradberry, Ph.D.
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Dr. Travis Bradberry is the award-winning coauthor of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and the cofounder of TalentSmart® the world's leading provider of emotional intelligence tests and training serving more than 75% of Fortune 500 companies. His bestselling books have been translated into 25 languages and are available in more than 150 countries.
 

Track Your Progress!

If we don’t know where we’ve been right now, we can’t know where we’re going. How can you chart the path to where you WANT to go?

For any goal that you have in life, you need to have a clear vision of what it is. When you have a clear vision of what it is that you want, and you know where you are now, then only you will be able to track your progress and reach your destination. Like a GPS, you can map out point A to point B, but you couldn’t possibly do this if you didn’t know where point A and B are located.

So, in order to keep track, you must know where you are and where you want to go. This is how you will know with 100% accuracy when you have reached point B. Many of us have skipped this in the past and wondered themselves and reached at unknown place.

Simple ways to master your mind is a great start and if you only use some tips, you WILL see change in your life. BUT if you want really gain mastery of your mind and start your journey to living a happier and fulfilling life, then it’s time to fully master your mind. You will be harnessing your mind to get where you want to go...and then reach there.

Please know Your Mind’s short comings, how and why your subconscious mind is depressing you for your success, how to be your own therapist, how to heal your mind and body, how to pass days of struggle, how to create your own reality and much more. With guidance you will sustain change so it becomes a part of you, making YOU the captain of your life!

Drawing Strength From Plants


Patient Perseverance
Drawing Strength From Plants
   
Each season, grasses, flowers, shrubs, and trees let a part of themselves go in the form of seeds. Every one of those seeds is a point of life, containing the full potential of the parent. In the quest to find a rooting spot, they are buffeted by winds, parched by sun, and soaked by rain. And, as likely as not, they find cement or stone rather than fertile soil. Yet each season, the seeds find what purchase they can and put forth their roots, slowly creating more space for themselves and pushing ever upward, even when the new world they discover is harsh and unpredictable. Seedlings are small, but a single plant can widen a crack in a sidewalk or turn a rock to dust through nothing more than patient perseverance.

In our lives, it is not uncommon to find ourselves cast into the wind, through our own choices or through fate. We are blown hither and thither by fear, uncertainty, and the influence of others. If we do find purchase, the obstacles we face may seem insurmountable and the challenges too much to bear. When this happens, look around you and note the seemingly desolate and inhospitable places in which plants have thrived. Given little choice, they set down their roots and hold on tightly, making the best of their situation. Then look at your own circumstances. Ask yourself if there is an unimagined source of strength that you can tap into. Look toward the future. Imagine a time in which you have widened a place for yourself and have flourished through your difficulties.

The smallest things in life, like the tiny sprouts, given time and the will to forge on, can overcome any circumstance and break down huge barriers. It can be tempting, however, when faced with rough or uncertain odds, to give up, to change direction, or to choose the easiest path. But within you, there exists the same resolve and fortitude as displayed in these courageous plants. You, too, in finding yourself in a tight spot, can look ever upward, grabbing hold where you can, using your determination to reach toward new heights.
 

Being Worthy of Something

No Free Gifts In Life
Before I get any kind of advancement or promotion in life I need to have earned the right to it. There are no free gifts in life nor are there any short cuts to success of a lasting nature.

Being worthy of any kind of responsibility requires an attitude of service to others. I earn a right only when I have given cooperation to others from my heart.

Contentment and Desires

 

First of all, understand discontentment. Discontent is caused by a constant multiplication of desires. One desire leads to another until there's never a moment when you feel fulfilled. Desires are like traps. Because of endless desires relationships have become very fragile. There is a lot of irritability and anger due to:
• Selfish attachments (to possessions and people)
• Pride (attachment to a particular image of the self)
When there is discontentment, the heart can never be still because wasteful, negative thoughts destroy peace.
Contentment is the result of spiritual awareness which allows you to recognise negativity. It changes your pattern of thinking. As you tap your huge inner potential, all desires are fulfilled and you regain your peace.
 

Hospital, Prison and Cemetry

Try visiting 3 locations ​oftenly:

1. Hospital
2. Prison
3. Cemetery



At the Hospital, you will understand that nothing is more beautiful than HEALTH.
In the Prison, you'll see that FREEDOM is the most precious thing.
At the Cemetery, you will realize that life is worth nothing. The ground that we walk today will be our roof tomorrow.

We all come with nothing and we will go with nothing... Let us, therefore, remain humble and be thankful grateful to God at all times for everything.

What is the difference between a resume and a CV?

What is the difference between a resume and a CV?

The primary differences between a resume and a curriculum vitae (CV) are length, what is included, and what each is used for. While both are used in job applications, a resume and a CV are not always interchangeable.

What is a Curriculum Vitae?

Like a resume, a curriculum vitae (CV) provides a summary of one’s experience and skills. Typically, CVs are longer than resumes - at least two or three pages.

CVs include information on one’s academic background, including teaching experience, degrees, research, awards, publications, presentations, and other achievements. CVs are thus much longer than resumes, and include more information, particularly related to academic background.

A curriculum vitae summary is a one-to-two-page, condensed version of a full curriculum vitae. A CV summary is a way to quickly and concisely convey one’s skills and qualifications. Sometimes large organizations will ask for a one-page CV summary when they expect a large pool of applicants.

What is a Resume?

A resume provides a summary of your education, work history, credentials, and other accomplishments and skills. There are also optional sections, including a resume objective and career summary statement. Resumes are the most common document requested of applicants in job applications.
A resume should be as concise as possible.
Typically, a resume is one page long, although sometimes it can be as long as two pages. Often resumes include bulleted lists to keep information concise.
Resumes come in a few types, including chronologicalfunctional, and combination formats. Select a format that best fits the type of job you are applying for.

When to Use a CV

CVs are used almost exclusively in countries outside of the United States. In Europe, the Middle East, Africa, or Asia, employers may expect to receive a curriculum vitae.
Within the United States, people in academia and medicine tend to use CVs rather than resumes.
CVs are thus used primarily when applying for international, academic, education, scientific, medical or research positions or when applying for fellowships or grants.

What to Include in Your Curriculum Vitae

Like a resume, your curriculum vitae should include your name, contact information, education, skills and experience.
In addition to the basics, a CV includes research and teaching experience, publications, grants and fellowships, professional associations and licenses, awards and other information relevant to the position you are applying for.
Start by making a list of all your background information, and then organize it into categories.

CV and Resume Writing Tips

Whether you are writing a CV or a resume, there are a few helpful rules you should follow.Match your resume or CV to the position. This is most important when writing a resume, but it applies to a CV too. Make sure that you highlight your education, work experience, and skills as they relate to the particular industry or job.
In a CV, for example, if you are applying for a job in education, you might want to put your teaching experience at the top of your CV. In a resume, you might include only the work experience that relates directly to the job you’re applying for.

You can also include keywords from the job description in your resume or CV. This will show the employer that you are an ideal fit for the position. Here's how to match your qualifications to a job.

Use a template. You may want to use a template to structure your resume or CV. This will give your application a clear organization, which will help the employer quickly see your qualifications and experience.

Edit, edit, edit. No matter whether you use a CV or resume, you need to thoroughly edit your document. Make sure there are no spelling or grammatical errors. Also make sure your format is uniform – for example, if you use bullet points in one job description, use bullet points in all your job descriptions.

Shift Your View of Leadership


Leadership can be defined in many ways. How we define leadership impacts our destiny, the future of our team, and the growth of our organizations. The best way to understand the different views of leadership is to ask others - "How do you see leadership?" Just as Rick Warren discusses, many of the responses to this question come in the form of metaphors. Leaders are coaches, mentors, and ATMs. Leadership is an obstacle course, a family, and a game.
How do you view leadership? What is your leadership metaphor? Whether consciously or subconsciously, this metaphor greatly influences our leadership. If we view leaders as ATMs, then our main focus will be making money. If we view leadership as a family, we will be focused on building and sustaining relationships.
Think about these next three metaphors as the foundation for purpose-driven leadership: Leadership is a test, leadership is a trust, and leadership is a temporary assignment. (Purpose Driven Life)
  • Leadership is a test. "Character is both developed and revealed by tests, and all of life is a test." As leaders, we are always being tested. Our team tests our patience, visionary skills, knowledge of the industry, and strategic planning abilities. Our boss tests how we handle feedback, determine goals, and react in times of chaos. When we think about leadership as a test, nothing is insignificant - everything is important to growth and character development. The great news is that our supporters want us to pass the test!
  • Leadership is a trust. Companies trust us with knowledge, resources, and talent. Unless you are a business owner, we don't really own anything and we definitely don't own people. We have been entrusted to manage and take care of those that we lead. If we are untrustworthy with our team and resources as a leader, why would anyone trust us with additional responsibilities in the future? "The more we are given, the more responsibility is expected."
  • Leadership is a temporary assignment. Our leadership assignments are rarely permanent. The world is changing too fast for one person to maintain personal and professional growth in one position. Our teams are not permanent, the company is not permanent ... things change. Don't get too attached to what is around you. We must learn, grow, and understand that, if we are purpose-driven leaders, we are always preparing for something better.
What do you think? What was your most recent leadership test? How does the notion that leadership is a temporary assignment change the way you lead?
Concepts, inspiration, and quotes from Day 5: Seeing Life from God's View and Day 6: Life is a Temporary Assignment, Purpose Driven Life, Rick Warren
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