Is your belief relevant to your world?
Belief leads to action. You act on what you believe.
Belief is a conviction. It is having confidence in something.
If I believe in God and his plans for the kingdom then that belief will spur me on to do things consistent with that belief.
If you believe that leaders can be built and trained you will act on that belief. Conversely, if you believe that leaders are born and you can’t affect people then your belief will most likely cause you not to invest much into others.
It is easy to find out what people believe. There actions will show it.
If a colleague is so focused on themselves first you know they believe they are something special and thus focus on taking care of themselves over others. Conversely, if a leader is focused on hiring the best people and investing in leader development then that leader most likely believes in their people and their mission.
Belief is relevant. What are you confident in? What do you believe?
The famous NPR show, This I Believe, asks a variety of people to record what they believe. It is fascinating. If I were to record you today, what would we hear? If you don’t know, simply look at your actions. Your beliefs should be clear then.
I want to convict you to have convictions. Know what you believe. Be clear. Everyone else can see what you believe, make sure you know.
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