Leaders are made by other leaders, and are made better by other leaders, and go on to make yet more leaders.
ALBERT MOHLER, THE CONVICTION TO LEAD
WHEN YOU THINK OF LEAVING the leadership spotlight, do you get an anxious feeling in your stomach? Do you worry that you might miss out on fame or fortune? Do you fear you might become one of those “nice guys who finish last”?
As a leader, the most ambitious thing you will ever attempt is removing yourself from the spotlight.
It’s harder than bungee jumping.
It takes all the bravery you can muster.
It knocks you onto your knees on a regular basis.
Dare-to-Serve Leadership is an extreme sport. It demands courage—and, in return, offers humility.
The Dare-to-Serve Leader has the courage ...