So here you are, at your new position in ministry, but now what? You took the leap of faith, packed everything up, took the new job opportunity, or whatever it is in your circumstance, and you are now where you feel like God wants to use you. However, as exciting as this transition is, there are a lot of unknowns that could potentially overwhelm you as you seek to embrace this new endeavor. With this reality, it can be difficult to begin developing strategy in ministry.
Some things that you will most likely encounter are: a stream of tasks that you are in charge of handling using systems you are unfamiliar with, a group of key leaders that you have not met yet, or perhaps an entire new vision statement that you are trying to adapt to. As all of these new ideas and practices are introduced to you, it is important that are able to adopt strategic thinking. Once you are able to think strategically, success is just around the corner.
Thinking strategically is the first step, but once you understand the basic principles behind what it means to apply strategy to your circumstance, you must be able to follow through with these strategies. What does developing strategy look like you ask? Perhaps you are in a situation in which you have no idea what success even looks like. The good news is that there are some practical steps that you can take to identify the strategies you need to succeed after transitioning in ministry.
In this video, we seek to help you improve your thought process as it pertains to the situation you have transitioned into. The truth is, if you do not know how to execute the beginning stages of any transition in life, you will find it hard to succeed. This is why we feel like it is necessary to provide you with some key points regarding how you should analyze your new situation. After watching this video, you will be able to begin developing strategy based on what you need to succeed after transitioning in ministry.
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