The Seven Steps To Tying Relational Knots

April 26, 2013

In the business world, some have articulated that it is all about respect and revenue. Yet, in the ministry world, respect and revenue are obviously important; but relationships are paramount. I cannot think of anything significant that does not flow out of relationships. While I as preparing, “How To Make Your Net Work,” considerable amount of time was given to thinking about “the tying of relational knots.”

Here are the steps to tying relational knots:
1.  Enable A Conversation With A Leader
2.  Examine The Calendar To Meet With The Leader
3.  Enjoy Commonness Between Leaders
4.  Establish The Cause With The Leader
5.  Exemplify Your Commitment Before The Leader
•   Know When To:
•   Wash The Nets
•   Mend The Nets
•   Cast The Nets
6.  Enhance Your Compassion For The Leader
7.  Expand Your Circle With Other Leaders

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