STOP AND THINK – Leadership is not just a matter of action, but a matter of attitude. (Beau Stanley, pastor)
When we think of leaders, we often picture a strong person, leading the troops out front, facing the obstacles, and encouraging his team to follow him into action. He or she is a person of action. That’s often true, of course, but a leader may also be a less physically active person whose ideas are powerful and whose attitude motivates his team to follow.
“Take Joshua son of Nun, a man in whom is the spirit of leadership, and lay your hand on him.” (Numbers 27:18)