Wisdom from Wadson...thoughts on responsibility
As leaders we must take responsiblity for our contributions to the issues that surround us. Here, Wadson shares his thoughts on responsibility in #leadership :)
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Widsom with Wadson - Purpose
Had some fun talking leadership w/ my son Wadson. Although he lost his focus for a bit, he still came through w/ some great thoughts on purpose.😂😂😂
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It's NOT where you start Wadson, it's how WE end--you ended it perfectly! Blessings👏🙏

I’d love to hear this but cannot get any sound!!! This happens w all face book videos now.

Character influences character...and influences your culture!

Leaders who are self-centered, cynical and show little concern for those they lead will create a culture of leaders who are self-centered, cynical and show little concern for those they lead.
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Well stated. Amen!

So often, our greatest trials produce our most meaningful and valuable life transformations!

It's so easy to see our struggles as setbacks or even failures. Yet, for many of the most successful leaders in history, the greatest struggles in their lives actually produced the growth that catapulted them toward their eventual successes.

In other words, they didn't achieve great feats in spite of their challenges, they actually achieved them, to a large extent, as a result of how they responded to those challenges!

Instead of running, complaining, hiding or quitting they chose to face and embrace their struggles. By doing this, they were able to clearly see them for what they were; opportunities to grow and be transformed for the better!

Isn't that what each of us as leaders should be striving toward in all that we do?

Tough times are a reality of life that every one of us will experience at some point or another. The question is, will we choose to see our tough times as negative circumstances to be avoided at all cost? Or, will we choose to face and embrace them and in so doing, see them as the opportunities for growth that they truly are?!
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So often, our greatest trials produce our most meaningful and valuable life transformations! 

Its so easy to see our struggles as setbacks or even failures. Yet, for many of the most successful leaders in history, the greatest struggles in their lives actually produced the growth that catapulted them toward their eventual successes. 

In other words, they didnt achieve great feats in spite of their challenges, they actually achieved them, to a large extent, as a result of how they responded to those  challenges!     

Instead of running, complaining, hiding or quitting they chose to face and embrace their struggles. By doing this, they were able to clearly see them for what they were; opportunities to grow and be transformed for the better! 

Isnt that what each of us as leaders should be striving toward in all that we do? 

Tough times are a reality of life that every one of us will experience at some point or another. The question is, will we choose to see our tough times as negative circumstances to be avoided at all cost? Or, will we choose to face and embrace them and in so doing, see them as the opportunities for growth that they truly are?!

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That is great!!!

Gracias!

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Get these right first...and everything else will follow! #AllAboutTheWhy ... See MoreSee Less

Get these right first...and everything else will follow! #AllAboutTheWhy

Unconditional love always forgives! Practice this TODAY! ... See MoreSee Less

Unconditional love always forgives! Practice this TODAY!

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Even more often, we forget that there is no such thing as unconditional love.

Far too often, we waste our words by putting someone else down when we should actually be lifting them up! ... See MoreSee Less

Far too often, we waste our words by putting someone else down when we should actually be lifting them up!

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Not when they violate my personal space Illegally, I'll pray afterwards

Every one of us has been given the gift of influence. To be a wise steward of this gift, take responsibility for it - in both good times and bad! ... See MoreSee Less

Every one of us has been given the gift of influence. To be a wise steward of this gift, take responsibility for it - in both good times and bad!

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Lead...for God's Sake!

An amazing day, first with The Gathering in Springfield, OH, then at Cedarville University.
As promised to those in attendance, below are the slide summaries of my challenge to the students! #PursueYourBest
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An amazing day, first with The Gathering in Springfield, OH, then at Cedarville University. 
As promised to those in attendance, below are the slide summaries of my challenge to the students!  #PursueYourBest

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Be willing to live the standards you lead!

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