3 of the Latest and Best Leadership Articles (30 June 2023)

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The Best Leadership Articles I Read This Week

It’s hard to stay on top of the best leadership articles published each week. To help you become the best leader possible, here are three of the best leadership articles I found helpful this week:

This Week’s Best Leadership Articles:

11 Pastors Who Make Everyone Miserable – Including Themselves by Karl Vaters

“Pastors are among the hardest-working, least-appreciated people in our society. They give of themselves for the work of Christ, his church and the congregations they serve. But some pastors have developed bad habits that hurt the church and threaten to derail their ministry. These behaviours make everyone miserable – including the pastor. … This is not a definitive list, but here are eleven that I see regularly.”

4 Questions that Guide Your Most Important Conversation by Dan Rockwell

“You guide action with words. The quality of your leadership is directed by the conversation you have with yourself. Action begins with thought. Thoughts are words you say to yourself.”

Positive Thinking – 5 Affirmations for the Real World by Dan Rockwell

“Reject phrases that stink of arrogance like, “I deserve…” You don’t always get what you deserve. Sometimes you get better. Don’t expect others to make you into the person you aspire to become. Refuse to tell yourself lies. Telling yourself you’re a successful leader when you neglect self-improvement is lying.”

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