How Do You Know That You Can Be a Leader?

As a leadership coach and speaker, I always encounter many confident people, who have strong convictions, that know they're calling, and try their best to answer that calling. 

But at the same time, I encounter a ton of people who are not so confident, don't really have any convictions, and because they don't know they're calling, they can't really live a life of purpose. 

One of the main mindsets blocking the second category of people is their limiting belief that some have leadership potential and some don't; You're either born with it or you're not?

Nothing could be further from the truth. 

Pitfalls of Young Church Leaders

You're a leader, right? The one with the righteous cause who will do anything to ensure success. You're the one who becomes a leader because you're pretty awesome. If you weren't, why would they appoint you? Or you're probably the most hard-working, sacrificial, faithful, loyal, talented, (enter your best adjective here) servant. You were bound to be promoted!

As I connect and see some of the projects of young christians I can't help but to notice some trending commonalities. Maybe you've seen them too. Maybe you have seen them in yourself just as I have seen them in myself.