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Recently I was talking with my 15 year old son. He was having a hard time getting along with his brothers. (Side Note: I have four kids and most of them are pre-teens or full blown teenagers. It’s never a dull moment!) In an effort to have a teachable moment with my 15 year old, I shared with him something that I think we all need to hear. I shared with him the importance of understanding the person or people we are interacting with. I shared with him the importance of helping others succeed as much as we possibly can because that is when we truly succeed.
You see, my son was trying so hard to push his expectations on his brothers that it actually worked against him. I make that mistake more than I would like to. I bet you have too.
Mindset - Statement - Success - Success - Attitude
What if we changed our mindset and focused on this statement, “Their success is my success?” How can we lead with that attitude? How can our organizations move forward when we take that stance?
At Church Media Group, I have the opportunity to work with an organization that models this so well. If you’re not familiar with the Church to Church team at Life.Church, you should be. They are just one...
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