A Leading Perspective

Pragmatic insights for the leader in you

What’s In Your Garden?

“Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap.”

Galatians 6:7
You’ve got the space and the vision.

You were lucky enough to inherit a few mature gems and, in your search for new wonders, you find some just budding.

flowersYou stumble across some with great potential and discover some you really like, even though you are not quite sure how they will fit in or if they will flourish.

 

You treat all with respect and care because they, your investment, are worth it.

You consider your plan, pairing certain stars with others, striking an ideal balance of strength, presence, beauty and charm.

 

flowers 2You nurture your group, ensuring each gets what it needs to not only survive but thrive and bloom.

You commit and take the time to remove the weeds and other intrusive pests which weaken the others and threaten your vision.

 

Soon, you step back and enjoy what you see.

flowers3What a unique and diverse creation of colors, sizes, and characteristics, all of which work beautifully together.

Gardens, indeed, can be lovely, but your team?

Your team can be phenomenal.

 

Leadership, think about it.

 

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Heather Kinzie • August 3, 2015


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