[L]ast week Central hosted the Leadership Summit again. It is a great conference with a variety of speakers that challenges your faith, your leadership, and your thinking in general. I’ve now had a few days to process through the fire-hose of content and I wanted to share the top 20 quotes that most stood out to me.
“Too many people are holding onto something while it rots.”
“If it’s worth doing, why aren’t you doing it now?”
“Sometimes the truth is lost in a bad story.”
“An ordinary human has never been born. But most of us die as tragically ordinary humans.”
Dr. Henry Cloud
“The difference between a vision and a daydream is the audacity to act.”
“If your vision isn’t intimidating to you, there’s a good chance that it’s insulting to God.”
“What we don’t know and can’t do far exceeds what we do know and can do.”
Mama Maggie Gobran
“The only thing worse than someone farting in a meeting is someone pretending they didn’t fart in a meeting.”
“Your job is not to look smart. It’s to help your team do more and better.”
“Nothing rocks forever.”
“If you pay attention to where the yelling is the loudest then you turn your back on those who need you to lead.”
What ideas from this list most resonate with you? Or, if you were there yourself, what stood out to you the most?