From Pastor Charles Neiman:
A leader is the person who takes the initiative among his peers when decisions are made. Two important ingredients to be a leader includes integrity and self-esteem. A healthy self-esteem enables you to trust others because you trust yourself
S – sincere and honest, candid with everyone, truthful, and unaffected by praise or criticism
E – eager and anxious to get on with your work, to pursue the objectives and today’s race
L – liberal and generous in giving love, compassion, food, forgiveness, and ourselves
F – faithful, true, loyal, honest, dependable, firm and unwavering
E – effective, fruit-bearing
S – sacrificial, willing to make sacrifices for a purpose
T – temperant, self-controlled, tempering your temper, reasonable, unruffled, self-restrained.
E – empathetic, understanding, compassionate, appreciation of others
E – ethical, valuing you word, living what you teach
M – mature, growing up, embracing wisdom, accepting praise and criticism equally.
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