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Leadership Limitations

People limitations

  • I cannot lead people longer than they're willing to follow.

  • I cannot lead people farther than they're willing to go.

  • I cannot lead people faster than they're willing to change.

  • I cannot lead people higher than they're able to climb.

Personal limitations

  • I cannot lead people beyond my leadership skills.

  • I cannot lead people above my level of trust.

  • I cannot lead people past my level of commitment.

  • I cannot lead people around my undisciplined lifestyle.

  • I cannot lead people without my willingness to serve.

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