Proverbs For Leadership Is About:
Self-talk and self-sabotage
How your words affect others
How to be human and let people get to know you
Feedback and how to embrace it
Expectations, large and small
Listening to your team
Creating an atmosphere that motivates group engagement
Your joy and the joy of your team
Understanding the authority that you have been given
Setting a plan to move ahead
God told me to write this book, Proverbs for Leadership. Specifically, He said, “If you write your book, I will have everything taken care of five times over.” I firmly believe that God was speaking about financial rewards; He also meant fully comprehending my life experiences, and helping others to avoid my mistakes. Ultimately, writing this book has allowed me to understand my calling, mission, and vision, and it has brought wholeness, balancing the spiritual, personal and business parts of my life.
If you are looking for a study that examines areas where we all need improvement, how those improvements will affect your ability to lead, and how to pass that knowledge on to your team, then this is the book for you!
You will receive more information about Proverbs for Leadership when you sign up for my newsletter. I hope you will be as blessed reading the book as I was in writing it. Each chapter opened up a greater knowledge of self that allowed me to understand why I was the way I was, and how those lessons and experiences shaped me.
However, more importantly, armed with that wisdom, I attained an understanding that equipped me with the knowledge needed to move ahead in life, overcoming obstacles, disappointments, and achieving dreams that will be built upon further.
Ultimately, I understood even more about what God meant when He told me, “If you write your book, I will have everything taken care of five times over.”
I hope you have that same experience!