The easy part, and the hard part

In every leadership task there’s an easy part and a hard part – and they just keep on coming

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The easy part is doing what you’ve always done – the hard part is seeing the problems that causes.

The easy part is seeing the problems – the hard part is having a new idea.

The easy part is having a new idea – the hard part is fleshing it out into an actual plan.

The easy part is having a plan – the hard part is executing it.

The easy part is executing a plan – the hard part is repeating it, repeating it, until it’s a pattern.

The easy part is establishing a pattern – the hard part is adjusting it.

The easy part is adjusting it – the hard part is refining it to the best it can be.

The easy part is refining it the best it can be – the hard part seeing the problems that causes.

Etc.

 

 

The first ten people at a small group is the easy part – it’s the next ten that force you reinvent or lose them.

The first fifty people in a  church plant is the easy part – it’s the next fifty that make you reinvent or lose them.

Easy, or hard?

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