Living life to the fullest requires personal leadership

It requires you to make conscious decisions on what type of person you want to be, what type of attitude to have, what values and character traits to develop and how you relate to others. Everyone wants happiness, success, a great marriage, good health, great kids, but few are willing to work at becoming or achieving these.
Character, happiness, success are all developed through the process. They are not just an end result.
In America, everyone claims the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but can one truly have liberty without exercising personal leadership? The name of this book is to ask that fundamental question and motivate people to become life leaders. The primary question asked is: “Are you leading in life or is life leading you?” If it is leading you, then you are going nowhere in particular and you are losing your liberty and the opportunity to pursue happiness.Are you losing your liberty by being a "wondering generality" letting circumstances control you or are you leading in your life? Do you consciously work on continuous improvement in your life in the areas of: faith, marriage, children, work, health, finances, social relationships, and community? Life Leadership is telling yourself "If I am not moving forward then I am moving backward; I am losing, not gaining." As a life leader you understand that there is no status quo and then you work to keep yourself moving forward. Life Leadership takes the attitude of "Do it now!" You cannot say to yourself "I'll begin tomorrow" for tomorrow never really comes. An attitude that procrastinates letting circumstances and others, dictate what commands your time, energy, and relationships is one where you give up liberty and becomes a slave to life, not free." Life Leadership says "I am a giver, not a taker." Having true liberty means that you exercise personal leadership. Our country was founded on the principle that each person takes responsibility for their life and works to improve it. Be a life leader and enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Enjoy the daily encouragements that this book gives and pass it on to another. In America, everyone claims the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but can one truly have liberty without exercising personal leadership? The name of this book is to ask that fundamental question and motivate people to become life leaders. The primary question asked is: “Are you leading in life or is life leading you?” If it is leading you, then you are going nowhere in particular and you are losing your liberty and the opportunity to pursue happiness.
Are you losing your liberty by being a "wondering generality" letting circumstances control you or are you leading in your life? Do you consciously work on continuous improvement in your life in the areas of: faith, marriage, children, work, health, finances, social relationships, and community? Life Leadership is telling yourself "If I am not moving forward then I am moving backward; I am losing, not gaining." As a life leader you understand that there is no status quo and then you work to keep yourself moving forward. Life Leadership takes the attitude of "Do it now!" You cannot say to yourself "I'll begin tomorrow" for tomorrow never really comes. An attitude that procrastinates letting circumstances and others, dictate what commands your time, energy, and relationships is one where you give up liberty and becomes a slave to life, not free." Life Leadership says "I am a giver, not a taker." Having true liberty means that you exercise personal leadership. Our country was founded on the principle that each person takes responsibility for their life and works to improve it. Be a life leader and enjoy liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Enjoy the daily encouragements that this book gives and pass it on to another.

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It requires you to make conscious decisions on what type of person you want to be, what type of attitude to have, what values and character traits to develop and how you relate to others. Everyone wants happiness, success, a great marriage, good health, great kids, but few are willing to work at becoming or achieving these. 

Character, happiness, success are all developed through the process. They are not just an end result.

George Washington showed true character and leadership in risking it all to win the battle of Trenton on Christmas day in 1776. When he led his men across the Delaware, it was an all or nothing event. If he was unsuccessful, he would lose his army and the war would probably be over. His men followed him because of his leadership, not his success on the battlefield. George Washington had not won a battle up to that point! He had never won, but his men believed in him because of his leadership. Do you have that type of leadership?

In America, everyone claims the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but can one truly have liberty without exercising personal leadership?  The name of this book is to ask that fundamental question and motivate people to become life leaders.  The primary question asked is: “Are you leading in life or is life leading you?” If it is leading you, then you are going nowhere in particular and you are losing your liberty and the opportunity to pursue happiness.

 

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Want to live a life of significance versus just living day to day? Here are 52 weekly readings that give instruction and encouragement on how to live a purposeful and meaningful life through applying personal leadership founded on eternal truths.

 

About the Author

Bill Hart strives to live a life of continuous improvement being a student of what motivates people and what leads to success in relationships, career, and in life.  He is a dedicated husband and father and has a passion for serving others in the local community.  This passion is foremost driven by his faith in Jesus Christ and a desire to help others realize their dreams.