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Paul

January 08, 2013  6:30pm

Timothy, I'm not the author of this post but think you can be strong in your leadership. Don't let anyone look down on you because of your youth but rather set and example to all people with your speech and conduct. You'll end up making a fine leader.

Timothy

January 07, 2013  2:53pm

I love the lord and try to serve Him daily. I have a character weakness of backing down in conflict. I would fail a lot of the tests in your article. I have often failed as a team player because of this. I have been trying to improve but only making slow progress. Do you think God has a place for me on a team? It seems I would need to change quickly or be on a team w a leader different than you.

Alan

December 31, 2012  11:32pm

I enjoyed this thoroughly. I loved the humor and honesty. Well done.

Brian Jacobs

December 31, 2012  8:53pm

As the year comes to a close, there is nothing more on my mind then improving my leadership. This post gives me an outline for how I can improve. Great insights.

Kurt Edwards

December 31, 2012  7:10pm

Great Read. Team building is one of the most complex elements of leadership and an intricate art. This kind of practical insight is so helpful. I really appreciate the emphases put on letting others fail. I'm finding that to be a hard lesson to learn in my own leadership. Spot on!

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