Tag: Improvement

Improving Our Leadership

Leaders must continually strive to improve. Although the author is unknown, the following thought is powerful, “The day you stop getting better is the day you better quit.”

We point to this idea frequently, but it cannot be overstated. We all need to constantly work at improvement.

Leading in the home requires more attention to provide the right foundation.

Leading at work provides direction for the success of the organization.

Leading in the church is essential to uphold truth, save souls, strengthen faith, and sustain generational leadership.

We must pursue, with fervor, the improvement of who we are and what we do as leaders.

Addicted to Improvement

Addiction is defined as a dependency on something, an inability to stop without incurring adverse effects.

Anthony J. D’Angelo once said, “Become addicted to constant and never-ending self-improvement.” Imagine what would happen if we all approached self-improvement with this thought.

Unhealthy addictions, from alcohol, drugs, food, electronic devices / internet, etc. destroy our life and influence.

However, healthy addictions help us improve our quality and quantity of life.

A few changes in the habits that form our daily routines make all the difference in developing an addiction “to constant and never-ending self-improvement.”

A Leadership Method

What method is used to improve our understanding of spiritual leadership?

What method will best grow or develop our spiritual focus?

What method will we implement to achieve the goals established for those we lead?

Several years ago, I heard someone say, “Any method will work, if we will work the method.”

Improvement, growth, and implementation are words that indicate work. Something has to be done in order to achieve our goals and the method designed is the means by which it will be accomplished.

Determining the right method is a key component to our leadership.