A Leader's Heart: 365-Day Devotional Journal by John C. Maxwell PDF

By John C. Maxwell

ISBN-10: 1404189475

ISBN-13: 9781404189478

Leaders want encouragement too, and who higher to ship it than the chief of leaders!

Applauded as one of many world's most well-liked management specialists, John Maxwell brings a lot of his successful recommendations and scriptural meditations right into a day-by-day devotional/journal structure, designed in particular for leaders. every one devotional is introduced with John’s trademark form of self assurance and readability, by means of area for writing own mirrored image. incorporated are a number of suitable themes together with good fortune, stewardship, teamwork, and mentoring—all themes that ring real to each leader’s heart.

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This is the way the world ends Not with a bang but a whimper From The Hollow Men' by T. S. Eliot Jeremy, whose story was described in the previous chapter, had reached the point at which he had achieved the aims of first adulthood. His marriage was stable, his children were growing up and doing well, and he was financially secure and successful in his work. And this - as he had become painfully aware - was the problem. He had been feeling flat, stale, bored, angry without knowing why. He was ready for trouble.

His marriage was stable, his children were growing up and doing well, and he was financially secure and successful in his work. And this - as he had become painfully aware - was the problem. He had been feeling flat, stale, bored, angry without knowing why. He was ready for trouble. But it was not a problem in respect of which - as he was also aware - he could expect much sympathy. Regeneration DIFFERENT TIMES, DIFFERENT NEEDS In a sense, the mid-life crisis is a symptom of success. It is a disease of affluence and, as such, is unlikely to present itself as much of a problem to those millions in the world whose lives are so marginalized and deprived that they may count themselves unexpectedly fortunate if they reach forty at all: people whose entire lives are a crisis do not have mid-life crises.

The mid-life transition tends to be a very stop-start affair, full of premature resolutions and unexpected restartings, spread out over years; yet the bare bones of the movement described above and in Figure 1 may nevertheless hold true as an approximate working paradigm for the process of the mid-life crisis. In the remaining sections of this book we will explore how it is all likely to pan out, and begin to follow the crisis through towards its ultimate resolution. 32 Part Two ALIENATION This page intentionally left blank 3 Stagnation: the End of First Adulthood Is it like this In death's other kingdom Waking alone At the hour when we are Trembling with tenderness Lips that would kiss Form prayers to broken stone...

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