I left you behind in Crete for this reason, so that you should put in order what remained to be done and should appoint elders in every town, as I directed you: someone who is blameless, married only once, whose children are believers, not accused of debauchery and not rebellious. For a bishop, as God’s steward, must be blameless; he must not be arrogant or quick-tempered or addicted to wine or violent or greedy for gain, but he must be hospitable, a lover of goodness, self-controlled, upright, devout, and restrained, holding tightly to the trustworthy word of the teaching, so that he may be able both to exhort with sound instruction and to refute those who contradict it (Titus 1:5-9).
by Jacquelyn Smith and Business Insider
“I’m the boss.”
“By announcing this fact, you negate it,” says Price. “As Former Prime Minister of the UK Margaret Thatcher once said, ‘Power is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.’”
“That’s not my fault.”
The best leaders take responsibility for their actions. They don’t point fingers, make excuses, or throw others under the bus.