Sometimes life can feel like a never-ending source of new responsibilities or distractions that are thrusted upon us with no warning. In times like these, what can you do to be productive, while maintaining your stability? This question leads us to another key trait of a great leader, which is the ability to focus.
Staying focused can be one of the hardest things to do in any setting. During a time where smart phones and social media have become a necessity to the average individual, time-management, productivity, and focus hang in the balance. Have you ever sat down to work on something important, but all of a sudden you get a notification just waiting for you to read what it has to say? Your mind starts to race as you contemplate what the notification could say until you finally give up and open it. Staying focused is difficult. This is why we want to provide you with practical advice that you can take in order to help you stay productive.
Another struggle that can occur in terms of your responsibilities is the ability to know when to delegate. As a leader, part of staying focused is knowing what you need to do on your own, and what you can get help with. In this video, we will break down the importance of delegation and strategic planning as it pertains to your focus.
Vocational or not, church leadership is a truly rewarding way to spend your time, but it can also be tough. You have people to follow up with, meetings to attend, volunteers to coordinate, and quite possibly, sermons to prepare. With the realization that your ministry is going to require you to stay diligent and keep up with many responsibilities, it is imperative that you are able to remain focused. This video will provide you with six key steps that you can take in order to stay focused as a leader.
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