Leadership is not complicated. It is simple. I’m not saying it is easy. Just simple.
Want to be a leader? Then lead. See, it’s that simple. But difficult. And costly. And time-consuming. And painful. But you need to lead anyway.
Stop waiting around for someone to give you a title, a salary, a budget, a staff, an office, an invitation. Start leading. Now.
Who should I lead?
First lead yourself. Motivate yourself. Encourage yourself. Strengthen yourself. Build yourself up. Self control is foundational to leadership.
Then lead your kids, if you have some. Leadership starts at home. If I can’t lead those closest to me (and smaller than me), then no need attempting to lead others.
Then lead anyone who happens to see your example. At work. On campus. At church. In the gym. Leadership is by example, not by position. When people see a worthy example, they instinctively follow that example.
“That the leaders took the lead in Israel, that the people offered themselves willingly.” -Judges 5:2
Leader, are you willing to TAKE THE LEAD? As soon as you do, people will FOLLOW WILLINGLY.