The power of influence john maxwell
The Power Of Influence by John C. MaxwellThe power of INFLUENCE...discover for yourself how to get along better with business associates, family members, and almost everyone else! <br><br>NEW YORK TIMES best-selling author, John C. Maxwell, provides you with the power you need to think bigger and bolder thoughts, live with healthier and more positive attitudes, influence the lives of others for the better, and lead with excellence. He mixes the insights of great thinkers with the timeless truth of scripture, and then adds his own astute observations to deliver a maximum dose of motivation.
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The Power of Influence: Characteristics of a Godly Leader
One rider went southwest, then turned north, the other rode directly northwest. Their mission was to raise the alarm and with it an army to oppose the British. That night, Paul Revere was so successful rallying troops to the revolutionary cause that his name is remembered by most Americans years later. The other rider, William Dawes, was much less effective and, most likely, you have never heard of him unless you are a student of American Revolutionary War history. So what was the difference in the results achieved by the two men?
It comes only from influence, and that cannot be mandated. It must be earned. The only thing a title can buy is a little time-either to increase your level of influence with others or to undermine it. An organization is only as great as its people. With many myths about leadership, people tend to fall into the trap of managing their team without influencing them. They become complacent with getting the job done, rather than growing the company and the people involved. To succeed, we must stand as leaders in our organizations, regardless of position, and influence the influencers.
What is influence? Nothing more, nothing less. The truth is that we are always influencing either for good or bad. As ministry leaders, people are looking and watching what we do and how we do it. Did your mom ever not let you play with someone because they were a bad influence?