To be effective and efficient, you need to know what needs to be done and what needs to be done now. These are two different questions, but they complement each other. Don’t be busy for the sake of being busy. Strive to be effective and efficient.
People are not objects or things. Leading them requires emotional intelligence. You need to develop skills like initiating, growing, maintaining, and deepening relationships. Such skills are not really learned in a seminar. They’re learned through the crucibles of life itself.
Join us starting tomorrow, Sunday, July 1, for a new series entitled “LDR (Life Draining Relationships).” Learn how you can not just survive but thrive in the midst of “draining” people. For more info, click here https://m.me/rlccphil.
Do what you’re made for, according to the level of your God-given capacity. Don’t compare or compete with anyone. Don’t measure yourself by yourself or by the standards of others. Let God commend you. Find your WHY in Him! Do everything for His glory!
Don’t confuse impact with the size of your organization, your title, your degrees, the popularity of your name, the famous people you hang around with, the number of people who listen to you, or the number of books you’ve written. Are people’s lives better because of you?
“A king’s wrath strikes terror like the roar of a lion; those who anger him forfeit their lives.” Proverbs 20:2 It’s difficult to relate with an angry person. It’s better to leave that person alone until he or she can calm down. Setting a truce is wiser than trying to argue with an angry person. You cannot reason with a …