Letting Go of the Need to Be Right
Publication Date: October 02, 2018
Number of Pages: 176
Dimensions: 8.00 × 5.25 (inches)
- Judge yourself by your intentions and others by their actions.
- Are more concerned about who’s right rather than what’s right.
- Find yourself talking more than listening.
- Accuse others of being too opinionated.
- Struggle to admit you’re wrong, or even acknowledge that someone was partially right.
- Feel compelled to defend your viewpoint when confronted or challenged.
- Steal the spotlight instead of celebrate the team.
- Resist or dismiss alternative perspectives because of a my-way-or-the-highway attitude.
- Have a selective memory, recalling situations in your favor.
- Don’t see yourself in any of the statements above.
Jesus calls leaders to be lifelong learners and servants. When we change our view of success, the pressures to know it all, have it all, and be it all lose their power over us. We are then free to be dependent on God and interdependent with others - living and leading in ways that result in better solutions, creative and productive collaboration, and fulfilling relationships at work and home.