Do you long for carefree days without any problems? Don’t we all?
Who might you list as the greatest leaders who have ever lived? (Please take a moment or two to make your list)
Next to their names write: What problem they solved.
Isn’t it interesting that none of the leaders on your list were simply known by their carefree lives?
Here is my quick list of just a few:
It is indeed a huge Problem!
But what an opportunity for Leaders to Lead!
What are you doing to lead your team during these unprecedented times? Are you Telling them what you are going to do? Or are you Asking them what together you might do?
What might be the benefits be of simply asking your staff, clients/customers, competitors and family what together you might do to get through this problem?
(Isn’t it interesting that in the face of the Coronavirus Pandemic we are already seeing unprecedented cooperation between competitors like: Walmart, Target, CVS, Walgreens, LabCorp, Quest Diagnostics, Roche Diagnostics and other companies? Also how Zoom is making its on-line meeting capabilities available to schools everywhere?
How might you and your competitors work together for the benefit of all to address the Coronavirus Pandemic challenges that you, your staff, your clients and customers are facing?)
Yesterday – Sunday, March 15 was a National Day of Prayer. Millions of Believers across the U.S. joined together in praying for God to intervene in this crisis.
Psalm 50:15 states: “Call upon Me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you will honor Me.”
James 4:2 states: “You do not have because you do not ask God.”
The Scriptures clearly state – that to key to receiving from God is to simply ask!
So what are you asking God for?
For this to be your “Finest Hour!” For God to give you wisdom and favor as you lead during these days of great challenge! For God’s hand of protection and provision for you – for your family and friends – for your staff – for your clients/customers – also for your competitors. In Jesus Name! Amen!
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