Leadership is about priority, not position.
No matter what we’re leading, it’s important that we lead because it’s a priority to us, not simply because we’ve been placed in a position to do so.
The truth is, everyone can work their way into some type of leadership POSITION.
Whether it be leading a family,
leading a class,
leading a ministry,
leading a project,
or leading an employee,
most people will eventually find themselves in a position to lead.
What seperates the truly great leaders is that they lead because it’s a priority to them.
The truly great leaders do something with their leading.
They don’t just throw their position around and expect people to fall in line,
they lead to a greater goal, to a greater calling.
They lead with an eye on transformation.
It’s this priority thinking that allows leaders to truly experience success.
It’s leading from the priority that we lead from a passion to see something happen that we know we could never make happen on our own.
At least that’s my observation.
Here’s a question to consider…
Are you leading your wife, family, church, son, daughter, staff, or office from position, or priority?
We must lead from priority if our desire is to truly accomplish greatness.