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© 2018 Stan Belyshev

"The Foundation To Successful Leadership"

-SESSION 1-

In this session you will understand the importance of your heart, as it relates to your inner nature and character.

Matthew 6:21

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

 

One of the first questions we all need to ask is this…..”Where or who is my treasure?”

  •  Where: Defines my area of focus and work.

  •  Who: Defines those individuals to whom I need to focus upon.

And finally, this session concludes with a challenge that your heart will determine what treasure you will attract.

-SESSION 2-

In this session you will discover the twenty most common positive conditions of the heart.

Below are just a small handful of those positive qualities:

     -A Wise Heart (Ex 28:3)

     -A Faithful Heart (Heb 3:1-2)

     -A New Heart (Ez 11:19)

     -A Forgiving Heart (Matt 18:21-22)

     -A Pure Heart (Matt 5:8)

 

All of these twenty positive conditions of the heart will challenge you as a leader to look deeper into your heart to see how much are you in alignment with them and where you still need to be changed!

-SESSION 3-

In this session you will discover the twenty most common negative conditions of the heart.

Below are just a small handful of those negative qualities:

     -An Evil Heart (Gen 6:5-8)

    -A Proud Heart (Ps 101:5)

    -A Double Heart (1Chron 12:33)

    -A Greedy and Lustful Heart (Ps 106:12-15)

    -An Offended, Bitter, Resentful and Unforgiving Heart (Prov 14:10)

 

All of these twenty negative conditions of the heart will challenge you as a leader to make plenty of room for more growth, improvement and transformation.

-SESSION 4-

In this final session you will understand why your Heavenly Father is very much focused on your heart.

Also, this session outlines a contrast called The Pig vs Sheep Principle, which relates to the condition of our inner heart. The pig enjoys its dirty mud baths (sin), while the sheep does its best to stay clean (holy, pure, righteous) So, as leaders we need to always keep our hearts pure and clean.

And here are some golden nuggets of wisdom from historical leaders:

“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.”  –Nelson Madela

“A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.”  –Gandhi

“Let your heart feel for the afflictions and distress of everyone.”  –George Washington

“One day we will learn that the heart can never be totally right when the head is totally wrong.”                                       –Martin Luther King Jr

 “May God break my heart so completely that the whole world falls in.”  –Mother Teresa