The Solution To What Is Preventing You From Going To The Next Level
I have never met a leader who only wished to be average. Leaders simply do not think this way. No leader says, “I would like to live a non-descript, boring, and forgetful life.” All leaders want to leverage their influence to advance their organization’s mission and vision and impact as many lives as possible.
The question becomes how? How do I take my team to the next level? How do I impact more people for good? How can I be more of a success? How to increase my skills, competences, and connections?
The answer to these questions is why I wrote my new book Timeless: 10 Enduring Practices Of Apex Leaders. Apex Leaders are the very best leaders in their industry. They are at the top of their profession. They break ground, provide solutions, accomplish much, and give us answers to the questions we are asking.
Are these Apex Leaders supernaturally touched by God with incomparable gifts or do they possess traits and practices which are replicable? Can I possibly become an Apex Leader myself? After studying hundreds of these individuals, I have GREAT news for you! Yes, you too can get better as a leader and be on your way to becoming an Apex Leader yourself.
Timeless: 10 Enduring Practices Of Apex Leaders is written for leaders who are passionate about personal growth and want to reach their full potential.
After several years of researching these industry leaders, I identified over 300 practices Apex Leaders did. Then, I narrowed this exhaustive list down to the 10 most common traits. These traits make up the book’s content. They are the following:
- Apex Leaders Build Great Teams
- Apex Leaders Are Humble
- Apex Leaders Continually Improve
- Apex Leaders Work Hard – Very Hard
- Apex Leaders Form Strong Relationships
- Apex Leaders Make Others Better
- Apex Leaders Show Consistency
- Apex Leaders Give Generously
- Apex Leaders Lead By Example
- Apex Leaders Deliver Results
Each practice is supported as a biblical value coupled with modern-day examples. Most importantly, each chapter and practice concludes with a series of small group questions. This book is not meant to be read alone. It is designed as a tool to be used in community and help you build a prevailing leadership culture in your church or organization.