The Leader’s Greatest Series

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How would it help your leadership if someone were to share with you the greatest benefits and dangers a leader faces? If you’re thinking it would make a significant difference to you, then you’re in luck.

This week on the podcast, John brings us the first five of the greatest things that can happen to a leader: the leader’s greatest victory, the leader’s greatest asset, the leader’s greatest weight, the leader’s greatest discipline, and the leader’s greatest handicap.

After John’s teaching, Mark Cole and Jason Brooks spend time going deep on two of John’s points—it’s a session of application that’s unlike anything you’ve heard from them before.

This episode is the first of three on this topic, so you’ll definitely want to keep track of what’s being taught. Fortunately, our BONUS resource for this series is the Leader’s Greatest Worksheet, which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John’s teaching. You can download the worksheet by clicking “Download the Bonus Resource” below.

6 thoughts on “The Leader’s Greatest Series”

  1. Thank you Jake. These audios have been very helpful to me, and I remain grateful to you and the JMT.

  2. I love John Maxwell, because he gave me a new insight each time I listen to any of his work. It’s motivating inspiring and and insightful.
    Would really like to take a course, but I don’t have the funds at the moment, but will continue to listen his podcasts, and reading his books as well.

  3. I live in a country marked by original sin, or sins of the past as some call it. I have been, together with my husband, organising soup kitchens, food parcels, clothes blankets and transport to church on since we moved here 5 years ago. I did not have a lot of confidence because of constant feelings of guilt. It made me feel shameful and I did not know what to do about it. During this podcast I understand that I need to take responsibility for what happened in the past. If I abdicate my responsibility of leading today because of decisions made in the past I am not a leader. If I am not a leader I cannot help other people.

    1. What great insight, Suzie. Thank you for the good work you do for your community!

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