Thanks for Attending My Recent Workshop
My gift to you is chapter 8 of my book, Steward Leadership.
They served others relentlessly to the point of developing their own illness. This ultimately left them a hostage to their own mission as they now relied on others to serve them.
No matter your leadership role, from parent, CEO, or pastor, your effectiveness as a leader will only rise to the level that you take care of yourself. Don’t become a hostage to your mission. Serve your calling by first taking care of your greatest asset first…you.[/text_block]
“Steward Leadership is a concept many of us need in this increasingly busy and demanding society. As we have learned to be a servant to others, many of us have failed to be good stewards of our own health and vitality, ultimately limiting the influence we have on His Kingdom. This book is a delightful blend of informing, convicting, and motivating. Read this book if you want to thrive, and make your ministry thrive even more.”
“One of the things I always want to know, or figure out about a book is why it was written. What was the motivation behind it? That’s very clear here, and I think it is a noble and admirable reason. I was in on the initial concept because I think that Pastors are one of the unhealthiest subsets of an already unhealthy culture. I think Steward Leadership could be a really tough read for a lot of people, but that does not make it wrong nor mean it should be changed. Truthfully it means that they need to read it.”
Why Steward Leadership?
If you desire to live out your calling for the long haul, then you have to reassess who needs to be served first. Your effectiveness to serve and lead others is only as effective as your ability to lead yourself.
This is a ‘kick-in-the-pants’ to those servant leaders, especially the ones in church leadership, who serve their mission to the point of becoming hostages to it.
Take a journey along the 4 Ps of Steward Leadership while gaining insight and action steps to create a mind and body that thrives to make you more productive and able to handle the demands of life as you fulfill your life purpose and passion. Best of all, you will have enough gas left in the tank to serve those who most support your leadership efforts, instead of potentially becoming a burden to them.
Turn fat into fit, fatigue into fabulous, feeling discouraged into feeling hope, and feeling fed up into being filled up. Restructure your servant leadership endeavors to promote Steward Leadership.