Have You Identified Your Core Convictions?

When my crazy brain looks at the word conviction, I cannot help but break it down. The first half of the word, CONVICT, causes me to think of a jail cell.

There are a few things I am certain I do not want to do. First on the list is I have no desire to ever be in prison.

But as a leader, the truth is, your core convictions do have you in jail. If you really think about it, you are tethered to your convictions like a boat tied to a dock.

Identifying your core (core is an important part – think abs / gut) conviction is vital if you want to lead with integrity. Once you begin to stray, weakness comes knocking.

As you look ahead, make sure you are locked in on your non-negotiable’s and that they keep you imprisoned. You’ll be a better leader.

Leadership Begins at Home,

Randy

What are three nonnegotiable’s that guide you as a leader? 

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Ray Green

6 years ago

In the process of “transforming” my body for health and wellness, my core is the “heart” of it all. Every exercise is connected in some way to being easier or harder to do based upon the strength of my core. As a Christian, I can relate to this blog. At the center of EVERY decision is “how is God glorified”. Leadership in my life is tied to the understanding that someone is ALWAYS watching and it does matter. Thanks Randy. Great reminder.

Randy

6 years ago

Awesome, Ray. Thanks for taking the time to comment!

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