When vision is of a mediocre, business-as-usual future, you will get a mediocre, business-as-usual future.
When I pushed for excellence in this regional denominational role I got push back from many places, even from within my own team. I was most disappointed with staff who did not want to work hard enough and smart enough to achieve true excellence. My staff team was criticized for our hard work and for demanding excellence.
The criticism was so strong that—with the permission of the CEO—some of our work went underground so we could continue achieving excellence and making Kingdom progress without making ourselves a target for delays by other staff.
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