Oct 17, 2016
When a photographer takes a photo there is a whole lot which is not included in that one snapshot. Leadership is just like that - what is seen by others is just one angle of that person’s life.
This week it is Jo’s turn to answer the questions about her life behind the scenes in leadership.
Jo shares about the loneliness and cost of leadership, how relationships have been affected by leadership and how she avoids competing with others. Find out the key questions Jo finds herself asking as she leads; how she endeavors to make wise decisions about what opportunities to embrace and how she handles vulnerability and confidentiality, especially with her family life.
1. Have you ever experienced a shift in your life situation (new relationship, position, a move) which has changed the dynamics of your relationships with close friends? How did you respond to those changes?
2. Do you ever find yourself competing with others? How do you handle that? Jo shared that she intentionally befriends people because it is difficult to compete with those people you like. What are some ways you can celebrate those people you are tempted to compete with?
3. Do you feel confident that you are doing what God wants you to do in this season? Did you spend time preparing with God for the season you are in? Do you need to go back and review what God was talking to you about this season?
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