Just think about it — is there such a thing as a passive leader? An inactive leader? By definition, this would not be leadership.
A simple definition of leadership is that leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal. That definition isn’t original to me but it captures the essence that leaders take action.
When do leaders take action?
– When there is a goal to accomplish
– When there is a problem to repair
– When there is a conflict to disarm
– When there is a system to build
– When there is maintenance to handle
– When there is a chance to grow
It’s to that last point that I want to challenge you. For the last two weeks I have been talking with you about the benefits of coaching and about my new coaching network that starts in one week — on Tuesday, March 6 — and is focused on helping you grow.
There is an opportunity in front of you to grow — will you take action?
By God’s grace, since 2004, I have coached over 2100+ pastors. Each and every one of them had to take action to grow. The results of their action have been phenomenal.
Here are some of the results that occur through my coaching when a leader takes action:
– A renewed sense of calling
– A clearer focus on what to do and not do
– A clear plan for implementing healthy systems
– An increase in attendance, giving, volunteering and other key metrics
– A feeling of satisfaction knowing that you are trying something new vs. being stuck with something old
– A chance to see God do amazing and often unexpected work in your church
Now is the time to take action. The new coaching network begins in just one week and I can only accept 30 pastors.
You owe it to yourself and your church to be in this coaching network. There is NO DOWNSIDE to joining this coaching network (I even offer a great guarantee if you join and then decide it’s not right for you).
Right now, as a quick-response reward, I’m offering some cool bonuses when you join (all outlined on the site below). But they may disappear as the interest in the network grows.
So take action today and secure your spot. Learn more and sign up at:
Take action and click the site right now — at least take two minutes to review this site, pray and ask God if this is right for you.
Thanks for taking the action to read this blog post — just by doing this small act, you are demonstrating leadership!
Your partner in ministry,
P.S. I call this my Gold Level coaching network as it’s the foundational one for any senior pastor who wants to grow personally and see their church grow. It’s based on the eight systems of a healthy church (my proprietary coaching system — outlined on the website). Gold is the best place to start and the best entry point (dare I say most blessed network) for you as a Senior Pastor.
If, after checking out the website, you still have questions about the network, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (every reply is read) with your question and cell phone number. You will get an answer via email or phone call.
P.P.S. This is the eighth post in a series — I did a two-parter on My First Coaching Experience, two parts on How I Started Coaching Pastors, three parts on Everyone Needs a Coach and now this new focus on Leaders Take Action.
Watch for one more blog post in this series on Thursday. To read the previous ones, just follow the links below:
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