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Increase Capacity, pt3

Increase Capacity, pt3

Leadership in Context with Keith Tucci

Episode 212 SHOW NOTES

Increasing your capacity is using your capacity to the fullest.

1. Convictions

The edge of your leadership is built on convictions. Convictions override feelings. Convictions cause you to do things that you don’t feel like doing because they are the right thing to do. Convictions put something in you that sentence you to a certain lifestyle.

Are there any convictions in your life that have gotten loose around the edges? Do you have convictions that have become just mental consent with no action? Are there justifications you are using to counterbalance your convictions?

2. Competency

How well are you doing the things you are supposed to be doing or the things you’ve agreed to do? If you commit to increase your competency, you will increase your capacity. Ask someone around you how good of a job you are doing on something and was there a time when you did it better than you are doing it now.

3. Curious

Curiosity is part of a learning venue. Am I investigating things? Am I looking behind things and lifting up rocks? In conversations I have with leaders, I’m curious about things. Sometimes I raise a curiosity and I can tell that the leader hasn’t thought of it. That isn’t a bad thing, just sometimes you can be so close to things that you lose your curiosity. If you don’t have curiosity about things, you won’t use it to its full endeavor.

4. Connection

The fullness of the Body is in the relationships of the people around us. Right now, we are surrounded by the people we need to take the next step. There are people around you that you can draw from. Connection multiplies your capacity. That is a Kingdom equation.

God has put so much in you. He wants to use you. You have tremendous resources in you and around you so that your well can never run dry, your blades can be sharp, and your vision clear.

Join us next week as Keith Tucci continues to put leadership truth in the context of the local church. And as always, please like, share, rate/review, and invite others to listen. See you next week!

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