What’s it take to be a leader? For sure—it’s not merely doing!
. . . and being a leader isn’t simply learning a set of skills.
It’s not merely doing—it’s being!
Many a hopeful leader has lost his or her following—because when people get close up, they discover there wasn’t much there to follow.
It was a lot of “fluff.”
Like cotton candy—you take a bite and it disappears.
These are what we used to call “Teflon” leaders—nothing sticks.
And for good reason.
They’re lacking in the ingredients that make a person rich in substance and high in protein!
The kind of leader who speaks out of the overflow of his or her life.
I call them “Velcro” leaders—they stick!
People stick to them.
It’s the difference in being versus merely doing.
Make sure you know the difference.