The 21 Most Powerful Minutes in a Leader’s Day: Revitalize Your Spirit and Empower Your Leadership

By (author)John c. Maxwell

While a few people appear to be born leaders, the ability to lead is actually a collection of skills, nearly all of which can be learned and sharpened. Based on his New York Times bestseller The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, author John C. Maxwell presents a daily plan to help you grow as a leader in your personal, professional, and spiritual life.

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CONTENTS

Acknowledgments

Introduction

1. The Law of THE LID

Leadership Ability Determines a Person’s Level of Effectiveness

Two leaders couldn’t have been more different, from the depths of their hearts to the lids of their leadership. One was a leader after God’s own heart. Both teach invaluable leadership lessons.

2. The Law of INFLUENCE

The True Measure of Leadership Is Influence—Nothing More, Nothing Less

The first time he attempted to lead, the people wouldn’t listen to him. Years later when he tried again, his influence was so strong that the people did everything he wanted—no questions asked. That’s the power of influence.

3. The Law of PROCESS

Leadership Develops Daily, Not in a Day

He was ready to lead as a cocky kid, but God had a different plan in mind. As a result he helped his family, saved a nation, and fulfilled God’s destiny for his life—all because of the Law of Process.

4. The Law of NAVIGATION

Anyone Can Steer the Ship, but It Takes a Leader to Chart the Course

In a few weeks, he was able to accomplish what other leaders couldn’t do in a century. His secret? Vision, calling, and the Law of Navigation.

5. The Law of ADDITION

Leaders Add Value by Serving Others

They were the one group Jesus criticized most. Why? Because they added value to themselves instead of to the people they led. May Jesus’ admonition be a warning to us!

6. The Law of SOLID GROUND

Trust Is the Foundation of Leadership

He should have been one of the greatest leaders in Israel’s history. Instead he was one of its worst. Why? He violated the Law of Solid Ground and frittered away his leadership.

7. The Law of RESPECT

People Naturally Follow Leaders Stronger than Themselves

Why did Israel’s strongest leaders follow a woman when every other leader of the nation had been a man? Because she was the greatest leader of her generation. That’s the power of the Law of Respect.

8. The Law of INTUITION

Leaders Evaluate Everything with a Leadership Bias

Would you want to listen to the advice of one of your in-laws? Your answer would be yes if you were teachable and he was an intuitive leader able to help you turn your leadership around overnight!

9. The Law of MAGNETISM

Who You Are Is Who You Attract

His leadership was characterized by fire. So who did he draw to him to follow in his footsteps? He couldn’t help attracting someone with the same kind of fiery leadership. Learn from him whom you will likely attract.

10. The Law of CONNECTION

Leaders Touch a Heart Before They Ask for a Hand

He could have had the people eating out of his hand. Instead, they ate him alive. It cost him everything. That’s what happens when you violate the Law of Connection.

11. The Law of THE INNER CIRCLE

A Leader’s Potential Is Determined by Those Closest to Him

His leadership team was a “who’s who” of Israel unlike any seen before him or since. They helped him become a great leader—and they helped make Israel the nation it was destined to be.

12. The Law of EMPOWERMENT

Only Secure Leaders Give Power to Others

Who would have the courage to embrace a man everyone feared and then empower him to be the greatest leader of his time? Only a leader secure enough to give his power away. That’s the secret to the Law of Empowerment.

13. The Law of THE PICTURE

People Do What People See

Elisha was able to part the waters of the Jordan, ensure that a destitute widow miraculously survived, and even raise the dead. How was a farmer able to do such amazing feats? Simple: he watched Elijah. People do what people see.

14. The Law of BUY-IN

People Buy In to the Leader, Then the Vision

The people suffered horrible oppression and wanted relief, but they did nothing—until this leader arrived on the scene. Why? Because the people buy in to the leader first, then the vision.

15. The Law of VICTORY

Leaders Find a Way for the Team to Win

Everything was stacked against him: he was only eight years old when he became the leader, his father and grandfather had been horrible leaders, and the country was a mess. Yet he achieved victory like no other king of Israel. His secret is contained in the Law of Victory.

16. The Law of THE BIG MO

Momentum Is a Leader’s Best Friend

His father started the momentum. He increased it. As a result, people came from all around the world to meet him and learn from his leadership. There’s no doubting that the Big Mo was his best friend.

17. The Law of PRIORITIES

Leaders Understand That Activity Is Not Necessarily Accomplishment

The stakes were as high as could be, and he (of all people) was entrusted with leading the movement. He succeeded, and that movement has grown for thousands of years—all because he understood the Law of Priorities.

18. The Law of SACRIFICE

A Leader Must Give Up to Go Up

He was a prince who stepped down in order to move up—to a higher calling. How was he able to do it? He understood the true nature of leadership. You have to give up to go up.

19. The Law of TIMING

When to Lead Is as Important as What to Do and Where to Go

There are certain moments in a leader’s life when timing is everything. She understood that, and she made the most of it. And as a result, an entire people escaped certain death.

20. The Law of EXPLOSIVE GROWTH

To Add Growth, Lead Followers—To Multiply, Lead Leaders

Everywhere he went, he left in his wake . leaders. He found them,developed them, and empowered them. That was the way he spread his influence across the globe. That was the power of the Law of Explosive Growth.

21. The Law of LEGACY

A Leader’s Lasting Value Is Measured By Succession

Some leaders collect souvenirs. Others capture trophies. This leader created a legacy that endures to this day. Learn his secret, and you can carry on in his footsteps.

Conclusion

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