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  1. As someone in a leadership role in my own career, I appreciate this post. I frequently consider the legacy I’m leaving (both at work, with my family, and in all those I come in contact with) and pray I am living and sharing God’s love and grace. Thank you for this post!

  2. We just read in Bible study last week that the Christian life has no room for pride in it. Isn’t that what makes our leadership most successful. When we remove ourselves and help others improve? Good food for thought in this post. Thank you!

  3. great words of encouragement to anyone in a leadership role; whether it is in a work capacity, at home, keeping the home team together, or in a leadership role in a teaching setting.

  4. This is such an important topic to think about and reflect on! No matter what our role in life, we all lead by example – someone is always watching us!

  5. So good! May we be leaders in whatever capacity the Lord has given us. When we are trusted with little and lead well we can be trusted with much.:) Bloom where you are planted.

  6. While I don’t work outside the home, I still found this to be very useful in considering how I lead our children through teaching and discipline. Leadership is all about serving, and mothering entails a whole lot of it!

    • Amy Langmaack

      I agree Marisa! This series has made me think a lot about how I lead in motherhood! It’s just as much work as it is for someone working outside of the home!

  7. I can really appreciate this post as I used to be in a leadership position when I worked. The way we lead those around us is so important, and I believe leading by example is the best thing you can do! Thanks for sharing!

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