The Power Of Attitude (Part 2) – How to be a Great Leader by Dr. Myles Munroe

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If you want to be an impactful personality, you have to develop certain types of thinking and perceptions that change the way you see yourself and see the world. You were born to do something very significant in the world and you have to get to the point where you believe that.

Leaders are very unique people. They have a very simple distinction and that is their thinking is different. Leaders do not think like followers.

Leaders used to be followers, all of them. But what made them cross the line was a certain mentality that kicked in somewhere. Something happened to them that made them think differently. And normally they are called attitudes that influence people. The attitude therefore is the difference , write this down, the difference between a leader and a follower is attitude.



Why? Because it is unique attitudes that distinguish leaders from followers. They think differently. And that’s because attitudes produce certain behaviors. Those behaviors stretch the leader beyond the limitations of the norm. In other words, it is the thinking of the person that makes them see.

Circumstance is different. Cultivating these attitudes are key to becoming a leader. Now when attitudes of leadership is married to the ability of leadership then you become a leader. You can have potential but if you don’t have the belief, your potential becomes a victim of your present belief.

Remember the elephant? The elephant has great power but what makes him afraid of the lion is his belief system. Belief is so powerful. It can make an elephant act like a sheep.

It doesn’t matter how big you are, how intelligent you are, how many degrees you get, it’s your mind that keeps you small. And it doesn’t matter how small you are, or how an unintelligent you may seem to be or how much you don’t have, it’s your mind that makes you the leader.


Source: Titan Man Motivation Channel on Youtube

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