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Reading an article by Summit Ministries brought to my attention the importance of questions. Questioning may be a defining characteristic of leadership verses kingship. At least this appears to be true in my mind. The King speaks in statements: I … Continue reading
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Born…”to be, or not to be”…a leader, or anything else.
Some say the traits of great leadership are innate, or, that great leaders are born that way. The argument is the old nature vs. nurture debate. I disagree with “I was born this way.” I believe the deliberation is really … Continue reading
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