The Looking Leader

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As a leader, take an intentional look around to notice opportunites to reach out to others.

In life, we tend to see what we are looking for. In other words, our attention is centered on the things that matter to us. A while back, our family purchased a certain model of blue vehicle. Guess what we started seeing? The same kind of blue make and model vehicle! There wasn’t more of these cars on the roads after we bought our car, we just started seeing them because we began looking for them.

My leadership is the same way. If I will take the time to know the people and the context in which I lead, I will notice things that otherwise would go overlooked. Jesus often noticed people and things that others paid no attention to—the woman at the well, Zacchaeus, the faith of a child, the wounded, the needy. Jesus noticed the opportunity and the pain in every situation and responded out of unconditional love.  

What are you looking for today? 

 
Written by Rick Wheeler

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