Beware of the “fatal mistake.”
If you fail, stumble or fall, get back up and try again.
In our leadership practice, we all make mistakes, but the “fatal mistake” is when you give up quit trying.
It’s tough to lead now, more than ever. It’s appropriate to acknowledge that, but we can’t let it be an excuse.
Remember your calling, find joy in your work, and don’t lead alone.
Under what circumstance are you most tempted to give up? Do you have an inner circle who will not only challenge you to keep going but go with you?
The vision that God has placed in you remains valid even through difficult circumstances, and the talent He has given you still has purpose.
Regain outward stability through your inward stability with God.
No one likes the sense of being destabilized.
When life presents circumstances that destabilize you and your leadership, it’s best to find true stability within yourself through Jesus.
The kind of stability that finds its foundation in Christ in Christ and is not shaken by what’s going on around you.
That doesn’t make leading today easy.
Genuine peace and sufficient strength can be regained if your faith becomes the foundation of your inner stability.
A great approach to spiritually-based stability and strength is to focus on the evidence of the Holy Spirit within you.
One by one, continue to cultivate the maturing love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control within you.