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Optimism Attracts Followers

The overall attitude you display either attracts or detracts others. As a leader, if you are cynical and gloomy, it will debilitate your followers by sucking the energy out of them. On the other hand, if you are cheerful and enthusiastic, it will energize your followers.

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Are You Ready to Change?

Change is fine when it affects someone else, but when it affects you, that’s another matter. 

If you are a Christ-follower, you look forward to that amazing day when He transforms your lowly body into a glorious one (Php 3:21). Sign me up! 

What is less comfortable are the daily changes He wants to make in your life. Though not always enjoyable, they serve to help you better reflect His light to others  (Mat 5:16, 2Cor 4:4). 

Leaders who resist the refinements that He is making in their lives have a credibility gap (1John 1:5-6). Their ability to lead diminishes. 

  • Be the leader He wants you to be. 
  • Be ready for the changes He will ask you to make. 


Are You a Grumbler?

Avoid grumbling in front of others.

Don’t allow your team members to grumble about one another.

Not only does that destroy unity, it irritates God. (Php 2:14-15)

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