Bill Hybels: The Work Habits of a Leader

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Many leaders incorrectly assume that their most important asset is their time. Bill Hybels: “I’ve concluded the leader’s most valuable asset is their energy and their ability to energize other people.”

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  • skip

    Amazing concept but already have begun to say but there are urgent ( not most important) that must be done in managing a small NGO. I must figure this out

  • Mike

    Wow! I do feel motivated. This must have been one of the 6 on the card.

  • Theuns Blom

    Sooo needed today!

  • Terry

    Good Word!

  • Dan

    Focus on what’s going to make a difference rather than getting bogged down with stuff that’s not going to matter in the long run.

  • elnora

    this is powerful ! 8×6 =48 and leaves one with 4 weeks of holiday in a year.
    so one do this 6 weeks of burst eight x a year .
    this concept is also good in terms of principle .
    God created in 6 days and rested the seventh day.
    thank you very much.

  • greg

    This is so much better than something biblical!

  • paul ntlaba

    powerful n profound!


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