All the principles of leadership, idea dreaming, vision casting, meetings about this, that and the other cannot beat the good old-fashioned aspect of just getting some stuff done. As much as I may see my role as more than just the operational parts of Church life, they still amount to the primary reason I am in my role.
Getting stuff done. Sometimes that means shutting the door, putting the phone away and getting your head down and plainly and simply, doing the work.
Getting stuff done. There is great satisfaction when projects make progress and you know that you have done a good job.
Getting stuff done. It shows people that you are up for the challenge. To fulfill your remit and carry stuff. It demonstrates a willingness to stop just talking about things and dreaming the dreams and actually making those dreams happen.
Getting stuff done. At the end of the day, that’s what I get paid for. To see the vision come to pass. To serve people. To grow people. To resource leaders and teams.
Getting stuff done. Focus. Make the list. Then do the work. It’s a great adventure and I love that I get to do it.
What do you need to do to about getting stuff done.