In church on Sunday, we are often told to teach our children daily about the Bible and about God. This, for sure, is something every believing parent should do. It is crucial to the spiritual development of our children. But…Is it enough to make your children into leaders?
In this episode, we give you “8 Key Principles” that, if applied, will forge your kids to be the head, and not the tail. Principles that will make your kids more confident, willing, and capable. Principles that will make them into… leaders!See Show Notes
We often here the quote ” True Leaders Don’t Create Followers, They Create More Leaders”. This is a very watered down quote. True leadership is so much more and I’m going to give you a mental picture of what that looks like. You’re going to see the results of a great leaders at work and the true power of mentorship. So tune in!See Show Notes
We are part of a social era that teaches us to conform to this world, that being vulnerable, raw and real is the best way to build your business online, right? Are you being taught a method that is displeasing to your Father in heaven? Is this social media method destroying your Influence as a Leader? Where do you draw the line? You want to please God but you’re not sure what a Kingdom Entrepreneur should look like in this social media era of online “Influencers”. Tune in and find out!See Show Notes
Most leaders experience self-doubt. It’s one of the most common and normal experiences in leadership, and yet, it’s rarely talked about. Of course, as a leader, self-doubt is something you should aim to overcome. Self-doubt can hinder your ability to make Big decisions. Too much self-doubt will paralyze your effectiveness and credibility as a leader. However, none at all will make you do things you might later regret. In this episode, we’ll examine the many ramifications of self-doubt in leadership. We’ll consider what it is and what it does, but most of all, we’ll give you the goods on how to overcome it!See Show Notes
What Team Building Process Did Jesus Use? No matter what you are trying to achieve in your business, you will need a strong team to do it. You can only go as far as your supporting cast will take you. Sports stars and Oscar winners know this to be true. Jesus also knew this, which is why he put together the most impactful team in the history of the world: His twelve apostles. These twelve seemingly ordinary men set the world on fire. It’s not because they chose to follow Jesus, but rather because He chose them to follow Him. This difference is huge in team building dynamics. In this week’s episode you’ll learn the three groups found within any team and how to interact with the different players within each group. Being a leader doesn’t mean to always attract more followers. It means to be confident enough to choose who you keep around and invest in. Hey… it’s what Jesus would do.See Show Notes