I recently had my dissertation published, titled Perceptions Of Leader Effectiveness In An Organizational Crisis: A Case Study Of Follower Self-Efficacy, and it contains a great deal of research on followers. You see, leadership is impossible without devoted followers. No matter how adept or gifted the leader, how compelling the vision, or how sure success, without devotees, your strategic plan will never grow legs and move into action. There's a world of difference between compliance and commitment. The key is going "all in" to the company, the relationship, the church—whatever it may be–and becoming a dedicated and devoted doer.
That's why I'm so excited to talk about our newest release, which is number 31 in our series of Life-Changing Classics. We have sold hundreds of thousands of these priceless gems, and we know this one will be shared far and wide as well. This one is titled, Discipleship, and it is by our dear friend and fellow author, John M. Segal. You may recognize the name as the creator of Poor, Smart, Rich: Moving from Poverty to Middle Class and Beyond book and workbook.
John breaks down what it means to be a disciple. A disciple knows priorities, has discipline, knows reality, shows empathy, takes the initiative, and is generous. A disciple also has qualities of faith, humility, hope, and love. Why these are the very qualities and character traits we desire in our followers and leaders. The Christian journey begins with salvation, but the real experience starts in the years after that. Read this little gem and find out what true discipleship entails.
As part of the Tremendous Tribe, we would be honored if you would consider purchasing Discipleship as part of an Amazon pre-sale special for only 99 cents. We don’t often direct you away from our site, but this special is partially in effort to help John reach #1 best-seller on Amazon!