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The Make-Up that Makes Up a Leader (Part 1)

Podcast | Leadership, Mindfulness

John Maxwell

JOHN MAXWELL

An inspirational pastor whose expertise in leadership saw him inspire leaders from all walks of life.

Episode Summary

John Maxwell teaches that the greatest responsibility of a leader is to raise up more leaders, and this episode is dedicated to helping you do that by showing you how to spot potential leaders. What makes up a good leader? John shares three key characteristics to evaluate a person’s leadership capacity: character, desire, and discipline. He breaks down each characteristic to make them readily identifiable. 

Mark Cole and Richard Chancy zoom out and share helpful ways to look for these characteristics in the hiring process. Then Mark zooms in, turns the spotlight on the listener, and encourages us to live out discipline on a daily basis. He shares that every major good decision costs more than expected and takes longer than hoped for, but is worth it. Let the guidance in this episode help you keep growing as a leader while you’re intentional to raise up new leaders. 

Our BONUS resource for this episode is the Makeup That Makes Up a Leader Worksheet. You can access the worksheet by visiting MaxwellPodcast.com/Makeup and clicking “Download the Bonus Resource.”   

We also have a survey for our podcast listeners because we want to know how to serve you better. Please take the survey linked below in the references, and we’ll even give you $20 off your purchase of one of John’s Mentor’s Guide Audio Series. Just finish the 3-minute survey to get the discount!

References:

The John Maxwell Leadership Podcast Survey

The Possibility Thinking Series

Put Your Dream to the Test by John C. Maxwell

Developing the Leader Within You by John C. Maxwell

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