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In this episode of the Unseen Leadership podcast, Chandler Vannoy and Josh Hunter are joined by Jamie Ivey, the host of the Happy Hour Podcast and author of If You Only Knew.
During their conversation, they discuss how to deal with your past and share your struggles with others, how to wrestle with the fear of not measuring up as a leader, and how young women can grow as leaders.
QUOTES FROM EPISODE 2:
“With great power comes great responsibility…isn’t that a Spiderman reference?”
“We all need to be faithful with the leadership and influence God has given us.”
“We don’t have to seek after leadership. If God wants to give you leadership, it will seek out after you.”
“When we share our struggles and where we’ve been, Jesus looks really good.”
“It is essential to have people in your life who you can be completely vulnerable and honest with and lay everything on the table.”
“You don’t have to say everything that is true. You just have to make sure everything you say is true.”
“You can grow as a leader publicly, but be dying privately.”
“If you want to start leading, just do the next thing that is in front of you.”
“It is so easy to want to be in the position of someone who is 10 years down the road”
“If you are not doing the work with the people in front of you, I don’t know how you are going to get bigger things. ”
“If you want to get started leading, serve right where God has you.”
“Surround yourself with really good people who love God and do really good work.”
If You Only Knew by Jamie Ivey
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