Three Decisions True Leaders make

 True leaders make a multitude of decisions each and every day. Great people have said these things in various ways. People like Jim Rohn, John Maxwell, Zig Ziglar, and many others have a legacy of leadership training and development. They have all taught me and I try to teach others who will hopefully teach others. what decisions shape the success of a leader? 

1. The decision to be a lifelong student. The more that I know helps me to realize that there is so much more for me to learn. Howard Hendricks, in “The Seven Laws of the Teacher”‘ said, “if you stop learning today, you stop growing tomorrow.”

2. The decision to help as many people as you can. This will help develop people skills. Zig Ziglar once said, “if you help everyone get what they want, you will eventually get what you want.”

3. The decision to invest in the people you work with. John Maxwell spends a lot of time developing explaining how to develop others in his book, “Developing the Leaders Around You.” This lightens your load .

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Pastor Bill Fix

Published by People Pastor Dr. Bill Fix

Bill Fix loves serving the Lord and helping people. For many years he pastored in central Florida and Southern Michigan. He and his family traveled extensively performing illusion, puppets, ventriloquism, chalk art, and comedy as a creative way to present the Gospel. When Bill and his family performed, people listened. Bill is a writer and has written several nonfiction Christian books. He has also written a few books for young children. He writes a monthly blog and a newsletter every two weeks. Pastor Bill has been married to his beautiful wife Dottie. for fifty-one years. Their two adult daughters married Godly men and gave them four amazing grandchildren. In 2022 they became great-grandparents. Pastor Bill Fix, known as The People Pastor. has many hobbies like writing, fishing, and spending time with family and friends. He is a popular and frequent officiant at weddings, dedications, and funerals. You can personally email him at or visit his Web page at www.people

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