Only adversity provides the opportunity for greatness.
Being willing to listen to others and let them speak into our lives is a critical attitude leaders must have. It is not weakness to get good advice - it is strength to seek it out.
If we don't control our schedule - our schedule will control us. If we don't find a way to live a balanced life -our lives will get out of balance.
Success is often followed by failure. Yesterday's victory doesn't win today's battle.
Challenges in life always seek leaders and leaders seek challenges.
Every great leader has incredible odds to overcome.
The best defense is great offense. . .We fight through our mistakes and failures by maximizing our forward motion.
We are given talent but we choose to have character.
A tough hide with a tender heart is a goal that all leaders must have.
One uncontrolled character flaw can ruin your greatest accomplishment.
We largely become what we have observed and respected.
You are never wrong doing the right thing.
Leaders are readers, disciples want to be taught and everyone has gifts within that need to be coached to excellence.
The enemy doesn't warn its target. Emergencies do not make appointments, and the greatest battles of life are often surprises.
To be accountable means that we are willing to be responsible to another person for our behavior and it implies a level of submission to another's opinions and viewpoints.
Your greatest area of leadership often comes out of your greatest area of pain and weakness.
If today's churches, companies and organizations want to be thriving tomorrow, they have an obligation to coach and mentor the new generation of leaders.
Leadership matters more in times of uncertainty.
It isn't stress that makes us fall - it's how we respond to stressful events.