Communicate …. and keep on!

 

How can we get what we want in life if we don’t communicate what we want clearly? We all have a general idea of what we want and the direction we want to go, but few of us take the time to reflect on these ideas.  If we do take the time, we will be able to communicate in a clear and concise way that can be understood.  If we want to be leaders, we have to communicate clearly because that’s the only way anybody knows whether or not they want to follow us.

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I have heard it said that amateurs are vague but professionals communicate clearly.  Through this lens I can see that I have much room for improvement.

I read an article by Donald Miller this week that sparked some thoughts as he asked questions similar to these.

1. Do I know what your group members are hoping to get out of your time together?
2. Have you communicated to my group members what you want for them (as opposed to what I want from them)?
3. Does your entire group understand the role of 4G Relationships in their personal growth?

As we understand that casting a compelling vision is a key component of good leadership, let us all be challenged to communicate … and keep on!

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About @jonaheasley

I serve as a church planter in Bellevue, WA. We are working to build our core team with plans to launch in the fall of 2018. It's been a blessing to have been surrounded by such great leaders and men of God who have invested in my life from such an early age. Being raised a pastor kid, I have been saturated with the word of God since day one. At the age of 7, God showed me that it was through a relationship with Jesus Christ alone that my life could be made righteous. From the mountain tops to the valleys, God continues to give me wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to lead and guide those around me. Understanding that I am following the leadership of Christ. My wife and I have a passion and love for people and are privileged to be able to serve people for His Glory. Kathy and I were married on August 2, 2003 in Atlanta, GA. God has blessed us with three amazing children, Evan, Adele, and Elijah.

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