12<br />Habits<br />Foolish Leader<br />These habits show the 12 signs of a highly foolish leader.<br />
"The leader must know, must know that he knows, and must be able to make it abundantly clear to those around him that he knows.” <br />-Clarence Randall<br />
Foolishness is a sin. We all know foolish people and have all done foolish things ourselves. Because<br />we’ve all been there, we don’t want to be foolish leaders. I thought that it was something all leaders needed to be aware because it is so applicable to us. Listed below are the attributes of foolish leaders as well as the chapter and verse in Proverbs where the reference can be found.<br />
Habit # 9 : Live For Trouble<br />Some people are simply more comfortable in dysfunction. Therefore, they create it.<br />
Habit # 10 : Have Damaging Tongues<br />The words of foolish leaders destroy morale rather than build people up.<br />
Habit # 11 : Are Blinded By Their Foolishness<br />Foolish leaders are self-serving. They justify and do not accept responsibility for their actions. As long they are successful and happy, that should be all that counts. <br />
Habit # 12 : Have Foolish Hearts<br />Their foolish behavior becomes their nature. <br />
Simple question – After reading that list, does this describe you as a leader? My objective is not to make you feel guilty. It’s not too late to turn it around and be successful. Take your time in reading them. Which habits you need to be polished?Rather than being a foolish leader, here are four habits you can begin practicing to become a discerning leader:<br />
Habit # 1 : Ask God To Make You A Student Of Truth<br />Counterfeit experts reach that status by studying the real thing. Then they are then able to recognize what the fakes look like. Discerning leaders know the real thing (and the fake) when they see it.<br />
Habit # 2 : Become A Student Of People<br />You understand people by studying their behavior, not just listening to their words.<br />
Habit # 3 : Poor JudgementIn The Past<br />Learn from your mistakes. Don’t let it be said of you that “There ain’t no fool like an old fool.”<br />
Habit # 4: Active Control Of The Holy Spirit <br />Always pay attention to that check in heart. When something doesn’t make sense, there is usually a reason why.<br />
We’ve all done foolish things. Are you learning from your mistakes? I hope this list helps.<br />Thank You Very Much<br />Sompong Yusoontorn<br />
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