October 9, 2020
I ask participants in my leadership classes, "what are 5 things you need to work on?" Most people can think of clear answers quickly. Some don’t. And the ones that can't, are usually a little bit scary. Typically, they don’t even seem to realize how small and foolish they look. Or maybe they do.
Whether it is my own anxiety, my relationship with my dear wife, my kids, or many other things; when I’m able to look at myself without the shroud of anger, I almost always realize that most of the problems were my fault. It was pride.
Pride is a cancer that infects. Humility is a light that keeps us focused on what matters most in our lives.