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In this episode of the Unseen Leadership podcast, Chandler Vannoy and Josh Hunter are joined by Jackie Hill Perry who is a musical artist, speaker, master of the spoken word, and author of Gay Girl, Good God.
During their conversation, they discuss how to deal with shame as a leader, how to lead with vulnerability, the need for having mentors in your life, and how to lead with humility.
QUOTES FROM EPISODE 5:
“I’m really just a person who wants to show people that God really is honest in all that he says, namely that He changes people.”
“It is easier to be honest with people when you are honest with God.”
“The hardest thing for leaders is that we are the hardest person to lead and our own worst enemy.
“Our personality is not an excuse not to love or serve others.”
“There is a wake of leadership that is left behind from our mentors.”
“Great leaders don’t just tell you what to do, they show you what to do.”
“We need to be careful how we steward our influence.”
“The stage does not equal leadership.”
“Until a person is content with serving on the ground they should be leary of serving up on the mountain.”
“It is easy to confuse leadership with control.”
“Don’t believe the hype for yourself.”
“You don’t need permission to function in your gifting and lead.”
Gay Girl, Good God by Jackie Hill Perry
Humility by CJ Mahaney
Good to Great by Jim Collins
The Coddling of the American Mind by Greg Lukianoff
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