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Global Leadership Network 12h
“When people feel safe, they are so much more likely to take a risk.”
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Global Leadership Network 10h
"Humility is an essential function in leadership.”
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Craig Groeschel 13h
Pastor just mentioned a episode at called “Leading Up” 💯 Find it here:
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Craig Groeschel 19h
Growth creates complexity, & complexity kills growth. Leaders, learn to simplify the things that kill time and simplify the processes that kill our organizations. Remember, we don’t naturally drift toward growth, we drift toward complexity. New episode out now!
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Global Leadership Network Aug 6
“Put before you those good things you should focus on, and put behind you the fears the doubts, the uncertainties. They won’t go away, but they will shrink."
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Global Leadership Network Aug 6
What was your biggest take away from today?
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Global Leadership Network Aug 6
“I’m confident I don’t know what’s coming, but I”m also confident great leaders will find a way to lead.”
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Global Leadership Network Aug 6
“What’s one risk you need to take, even if you feel afraid?”
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
How to lead through the dip: 1. Change how you think about change. 2. Have the courage to unmake promises. 3. Obsess over the why. 4. Lead with confident uncertainty.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
The pathway to your greatest potential is often straight through your greatest fear.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
You are often most vulnerable when you are most confident.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
We can tolerate pain as long as we know there is a purpose.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
If you are not careful, your boldest declarations could become your greatest limitations.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
You cannot correct what you are unwilling to confront.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
You can make excuses, or you can make progress, but you can’t make both.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
Great leaders don't cast blame. Great leaders take responsibility.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
People don't hate change, they hate the way we try to change them.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
Every major crisis creates unexpected problems and unprecedented opportunities.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
Leaders can learn from anyone.
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Craig Groeschel Aug 6
Leadership is never about a title or position. Leadership is about trust and influence.
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