Do you ever wonder if the people who are currently encircling your life are the right ones? Often times, we have surrounded ourselves with the best people we know, but don’t realize who are the best people we need.
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We know how important it is to you, to have people who are life-giving. We all want to have a great circle of those who encourage us… get us… and love us.
However, not that many of us have ever been shown the best kinds of people who need to be ‘playing in our orchestra.’ You may have just primarily horn players and be missing a bass player and a percussionist.
We can help you identity the primary types of relational positions that will help you sing the song that God has given you. We’re devoting an entire episode to ensure that you know who and how to add the potential 1-2 people that you’re missing in singing the song of your life.
Here’s what’s happening in this episode:
- The value of a personal advisory board
- The difference between people who help us in our functional leadership versus those who can help us in the spiritual leadership of our lives.
- The six people that all of us need in the orchestra of our lives
- If you’re married, why having your spouse fill all the needed positions, might be a bad idea
We’re sure you’re going to love this episode that is inspirational, vulnerable, instructional, as well as downright fun.
If you’re needing a confidant in your life, both Caron & I act as relational and spiritual coaches to many leaders across the country. If you’re a woman who would like further info as what is available and what’s involved email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re a man, then email: email@example.com
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