And then take the steps you need to take to change that.
Here are a few posts that will help you better lead high capacity people.
I also wrote about developing a high capacity team in my best-selling book Lasting Impact: 7 Powerful Conversations That Will Help Your Church Grow. You can pick up the companion video Team Edition for your entire team here.
3. Who Are You Following?
It’s not just a question of who follows you, but also a question of who you’re following.
I’m not talking about the podcasts you listen to, the blogs or books you read, or the conferences you attend. Our celebrity culture has created a mass following mentality that allows many people to follow influential leaders almost effortlessly. I’m not slamming this.
I read and listen to leading voices all the time and love going to great events. I’m in when it comes to that.
But I think it’s easy to develop a false intimacy with these influential leaders, thinking we know them when in fact we’ve never met them and in all likelihood never will.
While you can learn from people you read or listen to, even more important are the people you actually hang out with.
On that note, ask yourself:
With whom do I spend the most time personally?
Who’s building into me, personally?
Who’s mentoring me?