Leadership Minute: Faithful Leaders


We live in a culture that overvalues fifteen minutes of fame and undervalues lifelong faithfulness. – Mark Batterson

Many adjectives can be used to identify leaders. One of the most endearing and enduring ones is the word faithful. While many seek their fifteen minutes of fame, faithful leaders are those who are constant, steady, and dedicated to being the best leader possible. They are the ones you can count on and in the good times and bad and from whose wisdom you can learn. Faithful leaders are not as concerned about basking in the limelight of today as they are about being a light for the next generation. Wherever you find yourself today, regardless of your station or status; be faithful!





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I am Certified Leadership Trainer, author, columnist, and speaker. Husband to Alicia, father to Katelyn and Kara, and "Pop" to terrific grandson Tyson. I am an avid photographer, love the outdoors, and like to travel. I'm passionate about sharing my leadership insights and helping people reach their full potential.
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