Does your quiet personality make you feel like you’re less likely to be a leader? Have you ever wanted a mentor or wanted to mentor others, but weren’t sure of how to do it? And how in the world do we create healthy boundaries when we’re doing all the things?
In this episode, I chat with Rachael Gilbert, a homeschooling momma of three, business owner, coach, blogger, co-host of the Declare Conference and podcast host of Real Talk with Rachael. We dive into the topics of personality + leadership, the importance of speaking encouragement over others, and how Rachael sets boundaries in her life and leadership.
For the full show notes, visit estherlittlefield.com/episode14
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Quotes from the episode:
“Quiet is a personality trait, but shy is a decision.”
"I don’t ever want it to be where other people have more access to me than my own household.”
“We’re missing a huge piece of life and leadership if we don’t teach people how to have that personal connection with the Lord themselves, and then turn them into leaders as well.”
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