November 20th F3QSOURCE Daily Leadership Message Scriptures and Quotes

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Unwavering Loyalty To The Group And Unflinching Determination To Accomplish It’s Mission

Loyalty requires abandonment of self

How important is commitment to you?

Are you someone who values loyalty and follow-through? When things get tough, are you in the habit of standing firm? Or do you have a tendency to compromise or even quit? More specifically, how committed are you to your team? Is your support solid? Is your dedication undeniable? To improve your level of commitment . . .

Tie your commitments to your values.

Because your values and your ability to fulfill your commitments are closely related, take some time to reflect on them.

First, make a list of your personal and professional commitments.

Then try to articulate your core values.

Once you have both lists, compare them. You will probably find that you have commitments unrelated to your values. Reevaluate them. You will also find that you have values that you are not living out. Commit yourself to them.

Take a risk.

Being committed involves risk. You may fail. Your teammates may let you down. You may discover that fulfilling your goals doesn’t give you the results you desire. But take the risk of committing anyway. George Halas, former owner of the NFL Chicago Bears, asserted, “Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it.”

Evaluate your teammates’ commitment.

If you find it difficult to commit in particular relationships and you cannot find a reason for it in yourself, consider this: you cannot make a commitment to uncommitted people and expect to receive a commitment from them. Examine the relationship to see whether you are reluctant because the potential recipient is untrustworthy.

Loyalty is firm and constant support and allegiance manifested through the subordination of one’s own well-being to the Prosperity of the the Group. A Loyal person puts the interest of his Group and the needs of its Members before his own. In his decision making, he is concerned first with the impact a course of action will have on the Group and only secondarily upon himself. His relationship with his Group and its Members is that of a fiduciary, in that he is charged with a special duty of Trust that obligates him to safeguard its Prosperity in everything he does.


Psalm 37:5

Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act.

Proverbs 16:3

Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established.

1 Kings 8:61

Let your heart therefore be wholly true to the Lord our God, walking in his statutes and keeping his commandments, as at this day

Colossians 3:23

Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men,

Daily Quotes

“If you are willing to do more than you are paid to do, eventually you will be paid to do more than you do.”


“Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.”
Winston Churchill

“Whenever you see a successful person, you only see the public glories, never the private sacrifices to reach them.”

Vaibhav Shah

Leaders Leading Leaders

Kurt Vonnegut on identity.

“We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.”

Identity and how we see ourselves in the world is the first and often hardest step to reaching our goals. If you don’t see yourself as the capable person with the necessary traits needed for that future goal, then along the way, you’ll self-sabotage your success.

Ralph Waldo Emerson on letting go.

“Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense.”

Succeeding in fitness and business often comes down to longevity and being able to endure. The best way to do this is to take it one day at a time, then let go and start anew the next morning. Rinse and repeat with habits that support your goals and you’ll eventually reach that goal.

Eleanor Roosevelt on instinct.

“Do what you feel in your heart to be right, for you’ll be criticized anyway.”

Leadership has many strategies involved within it, but the most powerful lesson in leadership is to trust your gut instinct. As a leader, you’ll be the first to blame for the blunders and the first for recognition on the success.

Michael Jordan on setbacks.

“I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.”

The greatest basketball player of all time along with many other great leaders of our time only became great because they accepted setbacks as necessary steps along the journey.

The secret to leading others is to not be afraid to make mistakes and blunders because consistently putting yourself out there is showing courage which gains the respect of your team.

Maya Angelou on attitudes.

“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. Don’t complain.”

Complaining doesn’t do anything to our situation besides delaying a possible solution and bringing negative energy into your environment and team

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