Morning Leaders. Sometimes YOU can be the encouragement other people need to help them fulfill their dreams. Speak Life at all times. #OccupyAllMoments
Morning Leaders. “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” – Lao Tzu //
Morning Leaders. “Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act right because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” – Aristotle //
Morning Leaders. Life provides many obstacles that cause us to detour from our Plan A in reaching our goals.
“When we detour, we don’t have to change our goals. We just travel a different route.” – David Schwartz
Morning Leaders. “The only way to find the limits of the possible is by going beyond them to the impossible.” – Sir Arthur C. Clarke //
Morning Leaders. “Sometimes it’s easier to believe in a love you can touch than a love that is real.” – Erwin McManus //
Don’t make that mistake. #Deception #Settling #SelfDeception
Morning Leaders. Many wonderful and important projects were terminated before they could be implemented because they did not fit the taste/style of the head leader. Even though the project would have been successful and had positive effects, it was dismissed purely for cosmetic reasoning. #SadButTrue
Morning Leaders. “Relationships based on obligation lack dignity.” – Wayne Dyer //
The same is true for ministry/service based on obligation. It lacks dignity. #KnowWhomYouServe #AndWhy
Morning Leaders. “A man is not doing much until the cause he works for possesses all there is of him.” – John Wanamaker //
Morning Leaders. What does the lion in the wild feel like when he is first placed in a cage and exported to civilization? What does that lion feel after that first month of domestication? What does he feel after that first year?
What do we feel after ten, twenty, thirty years of people attempting to domesticate us at work, at home, and/or at our faith institutions?
Perhaps we were never ever meant to live in their cage. Perhaps we were never ever meant to domesticate others.