Feb 9th F3QSOURCE Daily Leadership Message Scriptures and Quotes

Daily Leadership Message

The Problem The Q Was Uniquely Born To Solve

A Problem is a dilemma that canand must be remedied

If the dilemma cannot be remediedthan it is not a Problem, it is a Condition to which the person or Group must learn to adapt. Likewise, if the dilemma (however vexing) is not something that must be remedied for full Effectiveness, than it is also not a Problem—it is a Deck Chair rather than an Iceberg , something that might be improved upon but only after all the Problems have been solved.

The Q doesn’t spend resources on Conditions and Deck Chairs because his focus is on solving Problems, the dilemmas that can and must be remedied.

The Q’s Legacy is the direct result of the Solutions that, through his Leadership, successfully remedy the Problems that afflicted his Groups before he got to work.

While a Solution may be the result of a Q’s sole Vision, its successful implementation will not be. That requires the collective efforts of the Organizations the Q builds and the Teams he develops.

The larger the Problem is, the more difficult the Solution will be and the more people it will take effectuate it. Leaders who Influence the most people to join them in solving the largest Problems leave behind the biggest Legacy.

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ULTIMATE LIFE PROBLEM: The Problem the Q was uniquely born to solve. Abbr: ULP. (Q4.2).

Daily Scripture

Mark 12:30

And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’

Matthew 11:28-30

Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.”

1 John 4:19-21

We love because he first loved us. If anyone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot love God whom he has not seen. And this commandment we have from him: whoever loves God must also love his brother.


Daily Quotes

  • “A good leader leads the people from above them. A great leader leads the people from within them.”

M.D. Arnold

  • “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”

Martin Luther King Jr.

  • “The very essence of leadership is that you have to have vision. You can’t blow an uncertain trumpet.”

Father Theodore M. Hesburgh

Leaders Leading Leaders

Two Countries were at war for the last so many days. Many soldiers had died in both the armies. The border areas were scenes of death and destruction. Each night the soldiers would return to their barracks, some wounded, some disillusioned and some vengeful. Others were dead and never did return.

One such night, a wounded soldier, knocked at a lonesome cottage in the sinister darkness. An old woman opened the door. Without any questions,hesitations or semblance of fear she let the young fellow in. He said brusquely, “I have a bullet in my arm. I need help.” She said,”Look son, I am all alone here. My son too is in the army, but he is not here. I’ll do whatever I can to help you. Sit down by the log fire and make yourself warm. She brought him some hot tea and a few slices of bread. “Eat,” she said simply.

The young man sipped the tea, looking around uneasily. He wasn’t even sure,if he was in his own territory. Should he ask the old woman? If it was enemy territory, she would surely find a way to kill him! Poison him perhaps! He was totally helpless. He had lost a lot of blood.

The old lady said, “Shall I help you to take that shirt off, maybe I could look at the wound.” The young soldier winced and said, “Nothing you can do; let it be.” But he knew that he needed help and soon”

An hour later there was another knock at the door. Another young soldier walked in,”Mama!” he called. “Oh! It’s you my son. It’s been so many days. I’m so happy to have you home.” The son saw the other soldier and said,”Mama! Who is that?” She replied, “Ssh! He’s just slept. Be careful, lest you wake him up.” The boy said tersely, “He’s the enemy Mama! You put us all into danger by letting him in.” The mother said, “But, he’s wounded badly. Look son, enemy or not, you have to help him.”

The boy spoke some angry words but she stuck to her stand. The heated exchange of words woke up the soldier. In an instant he saw the new entrant and realized that he was at the mercy of the enemy.

The woman said, “This is my son, I’m sure together we can do something for you.”The old woman motioned to her son and together they unbuttoned the stranger’s torn shirt. Against his wishes, the son, upon his mother’s insistence, dug out the bullet amidst a continuous flow of blood. He cleaned it up, applied some ointment and bandaged it. “That’s the best I can do. You need to see a doctor.” “I’ll be on my way now,”said the soldier, making an attempt to get up, but not succeeding.

The old woman said firmly,”No way. You’re not going anywhere. In the morning, you may go if you wish to. But right now, you are under my care. Sleep now!” In the morning after eating a wholesome breakfast of hot porridge, the soldier said to the old woman, “How can I ever thank you?” She replied,”By Killing the enmity; not the enemy.”

The soldier was unnerved. He didn’t know what to say. Finally he said,”I’ll try my best,” he extended his hand towards the son, but instantaneously changed the handshake into an embrace. The soldier said, “We all need someone like your mother, to tell us that it’s the enmity that has to be killed, not the enemy. The ‘enemy’ is also made of flesh and blood like us and some of them have hearts of gold. I promise to try my best. I hope you will too.”

The soldier left, but that night he understood the meaning of the term ‘brotherhood of man.’ He knew that only one weapon was needed to kill all enmities. And that weapon was LOVE.

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