If you want to be successful, keep things simple. Jocko Willink in his book, Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALS LEAD And Win, makes the following observation, “Complex plans add to confusion, which can compound into disaster.” He goes on to add that keeping things simple allows those on your team to be more focused, more productive, and have the ability to rapidly adjust and modify plans if needed. I hope you enjoyed this leadership moment.
The following are also some of this site’s top posts from last week which you may have missed:
- 21 Often Sobering Lessons 6 Smart Leaders Taught Me This Weekend
- The Top 25 Reasons Leaders Fail
- 21 Things You Must Do To Develop Highly Successful Young Leaders
Now, the following are The Top 10 Leadership Posts I Read The Week Of September 11th:
- 8 Axioms Of Church Staff Hiring by Rich Birch
- 10 Commonalities Of Healthy Teams by Ron Edmondson
- 7 Golden Rules Of Social Media For Churches by Steve Fogg
- 12 Things That Are In Your Control And Require No Talent by Tim Elmore via GrowingLeaders.com
- People Come And People Go…So Go With The Goers! by Shawn Lovejoy via CourageToLead.com
- The 8 Worst Ways To Start A Speech by Dr. Nick Morgan via PublicWords.com
- 5 Signs Your Motives For Church Growth Are Bad by Carey Nieuwhof
- Are Altar Calls Outdated? by Dan Reiland
- Familiarity Blindness In Your Church: 7 Ways To Cure It by Charles Stone
- 5 Reasons Your Cute Coworker Is Better Looking Than Your Husband Or Wife by Adam Weber
Well that is my Top 10 for the week. What other great articles did you read?
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