Have you noticed this about Jesus’ way? Intensity is no doubt a weapon in His arsenal. It wasn’t a soft and passive man that braided a whip from rawhide and created pandemonium in the synagogue, turning tables and sending animals fleeing and money flying (Matthew 21:12). But intensity wasn’t His only weapon. It’s amazing how often He slips away to rest, heal, be alone, be restored (Mark 1:35). It’s amazing how often He leaves the scene with need at His doorstep, leaving people wanting.
What creates the greatest leaders and companies? Each of them operates from a slightly different set of assumptions about the world, their industry, what can or can’t be done. That individual perspective allows them to create great value and have significant impact. They all operate with a unique leadership purpose. To be a truly effective leader, you must do the same. Clarify your purpose, and put it to work.
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