You see it everyday in the media. It’s very apparent, maybe today more then ever, that words matter. This lesson is learned very young in life and extends into adulthood. It’s become such a normal part of life to hear negative words, that we often tell people to “have a thick skin” and “just ignore it”. Even positive words can be dangerous. That’s when we caution people with phrases like, “don’t get a big head” or “that person only wants one thing from you”. Having said that, people should develop within themselves a certain level of spiritual fortitude, where they draw their value from God and not man. But that’s not all we should do regarding positive and negative words. Read on for some ways leaders can use words more effectively.
As a leader you’re going to always be searching for ways to empower your people to grab the brightest future possible. you want to encourage and inspire them to levels of performance far above anything they can imagine. We are of course, supposed to be developing leaders. One motivational techniques is to let them see the future. A peek at the future may be a great way to get someone out of their comfort level and enable them to grow. My question today is, should that picture be more positive or realistic?
I prayed yesterday morning and went through my day. It was pretty uneventful, until right before bed. My best friend told me that in general, I am a negative and angry person who has high expectations of others. I am subject to mood swings and nothing anyone does is ever good enough for me. I also complain about everything, everyday. Read on to see what happened after that.