Are you aware of an untapped potential hidden deep inside you? If this question took you by surprise, then you must keep reading this article until you find all the answers for yourself and till the whole truth reveals for you.
As many people surround us, as many times we are influenced every day by their characters, the way they behave therefore changing our view of life. It is very important if you are able to filter what is right and what is wrong to let it penetrate you.
If you don’t want to be just an average man who follows someone else’s orders, you ought to learn seeing things, not just looking at them. For this, you got to be reading lots of books, where you’ll be able to lean about all the truths of life and get prepared to face them all.
It is also important that you choose the right books to read – the ones that would help you open your potential and would enhance your leadership skills. And Bahamian author, Myles Munroe is a master of writing such kinds of books. He doesn’t only point out at the main features we must develop in ourselves, but he teaches that the person can be successful the most only if he/she is fully concentrated on their own growth.
In his books, he makes a clear definition among the people and he explains how it happens that they fall into such groups.
“People generally fall into one of three groups: the few who make things happen, the many who watch things happen, and the overwhelming majority who have no notion of what happens. Every person is either a creator of fact or a creature of circumstance. He either puts color into his environment, or, like a chameleon, takes color from his environment.” ? Myles Munroe, Understanding Your Potential
When evaluating your leadership potential, it’s important to estimate both your inner feeling about yourself – the self-confidence and self-awareness, and the opinion of other people about you, which is your reputation. These two things, if they match each other are able to influence your character, making it stronger or weaker.
Nevertheless, be aware that you stay true both to yourself and to other people – so you don’t have to pretend to be someone who you are not.