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7 Ways Women Sabotage Their Leadership, Part 1

Understanding how we undermine ourselves

When you feel momma bear rising up, don't react to the injustice you are seeing, but respond out of wisdom, grace and love. Take a deep breath. Pause for a moment of prayer. Consider asking for some time to think about the situation before you answer. You may want to reschedule a meeting or do more research to find out the other side of the story. You are not denying the need nor are you squelching your feelings, but you are placing healthy parameters around your God-given gift so you can respond appropriately and in a God-honoring manner to everyone involved.

To be continued…

Margaret Feinberg is a popular speaker and author of more than two dozen books, including Hungry for God: Hearing His Voice in the Ordinary and the Everyday. You can follow Margaret on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mafeinberg.

April26, 2012 at 2:15 PM

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