“Practice makes perfect” is a common expression. The idea expresses the need to do something over and over until the art is just right.
A modification of this thought says, “Perfect practice makes perfect.”
Olympic athletes practice drills, routines, or exercises for hours each day until their skill is perfected. They are dedicated to one purpose, performing for those few minutes without giving way to pressure.
Certain leadership qualities may be inherent, but one thing we know, the ability to lead must be worked on continually.
There must be focus, dedication, diligence, and a steadfast spirit to the one purpose God has called us for, to lead.