The American Revolutionaries were outmanned and outgunned against their British counterparts. If they engaged in conventional warfare, the United States of America might look very different than it does today. Instead of doing battle in obligatory manners, the American militia used new and strange tactics to win the battles of Lexington and Concord. By so doing, they played to their strengths and were able to secure their Independence. Can Warrior Saints do the same thing in our lives? You bet. It’s time to get some!
One of the most important qualities of a Crucifixional Leader is the ability to truly see. More than just seeing with your eyes, to truly see means to look deeper than surface level. It means that Warrior Saints have to have a lens through which they see the world.
Young leader and fellow Warrior Saint, Amanda shares with us her experiences passing the baton to future leaders. In this interview shows us that to level up, crucifixional leaders do more than just lead…they lead leaders. And they do so with a formula of I do, We do, You do.
All great leaders have strong presence. When a true leader walks into the room, everyone knows who’s in charge. There are some nefarious plots borne from the COVID pandemic that are trying to rob us of our presence. How about we Warrior Saints lift our heads high and develop the presence that others want to follow!
One of the most powerful tools a crucifixional leader can use is his or her example. It's easy to tell someone how to behave, but if you want to inspire real change, you have to live your WHY in your own life. It is only then that you become a light to the world and...
In the every changing landscape of business and life, the leader has to expect the unexpected. Change will inevitably come. To adapt and survive the winds of change, a good leader must be flexible. But crucifixional leaders do more than just survive, they spring forward into greater and greater success. How do they do that? Agility.
What do you believe? Do you even truly know? Or do you allow others to tell you to tell me what you believe? When we cease to think, our beliefs get muddled. And worse, you as a unique individual can cease to exist. But God has called you to be a light to the world, a leader that others want to follow. Show them the way through your beliefs.
Knowing what you do is important. How you do it? Even more so. But what sets crucifixional leaders apart from all the rest? Knowing why you do it. Why gets you out of bed in the morning. Why keeps you focused when things get tough. Why is always focused on doing the...
When dealing with rattlesnakes, it takes courage. Some of us freeze in fear while others act despite the fear. As crucifixional leaders, we often experience fear and assume that means we don’t have courage. But courage is not the absence of fear, courage is taking right action in spite of fear. Let’s explore three big fears that can keep us from growing our leadership skills: fear of what others will think, fear of confrontation and fear of losing control. Time to get some!
Taking responsibility for our actions is something strong people do. Crucifixional Leaders, however, go one step further. To become a true leader we must always be responsible for the outcome of every situation in life.