Are you maturing or just getting old? How well are you:
It has been said there is an absence of leadership today. Actually, I think it is an absence of maturity stemming from the reality that we're still trying to figure out what to do with ourselves when we grow up. Certainly, there's a benefit to having a childlike curiosity and faith. But let's talk growing up here—stepping into adulthood with both feet firmly planted on the ground as a leader of one's life who is growing in experience, wisdom, discernment, and judgment.
The absence of leaders may well reflect deeper challenges—the absence of mentors and the value of relationships over time. Accepting those, however, are excuses. If you want to be a leader, you'll find the mentors, experience, and relationships that will grow you so you are learning, leading, loving, and leaving—four attitudes of maturity.
If you're hungry to mature into the leader of your life and of others, then you'll find ways to be fed. Might we at On-Purpose Partners serve you a portion of maturity?