What’s the smallest group you have ever lead?
A team of three at work?
Maybe a Sunday school class of five or six?
Sure we can go wide in many of these places.
But the place where we will have the deepest impact is at home with our families.
How are you leading there?
Imagine what kind of impact we can have at home by daily modeling propriety – and keeping our composure no matter what.
You on board?
Let’s model calculated calm, not frazzled crazy.
Being a leader of even the smallest group gives you something to live up to: people are watching you, judging you, depending on you. To lose your composure would make it hard for you to live with yourself.
-Robert Greene, The 33 Strategies Of War
Also published on Medium.