If you’ve been reluctant to embrace your identity as a leader, how can you start accepting it? What’s the best thing to do when you’re lonely in leadership? And what are the two types of friendship you need in your life?
In this episode, Holly and I talk with pastor’s wife, mom, author, and Leading and Loving It founder Lori Wilhite about her journey into leadership and how you can stay healthy as a family while you serve others. If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by trying to meet everyone’s expectations for you as a leader, tune in!
For the full show notes for this episode, visit estherlittlefield.com/episode66.
Key Points Discussed:
Key Quotes from the Episode:
"Once I started to refocus my energy from so much fear to purpose, it really was a game-changer for me in leadership." - Lori Wilhite
"I didn't want to be a leader. A leader seemed scary, a leader seemed a lot older than me. A leader seemed like they had it together like they knew the right answers." - Lori Wilhite
"There's validity in finding your strengths and leaning into them; there's also validity in letting God stretch your capacity." - Lori Wilhite
“The best thing we can do for each other is to just let each other know you’re not alone in your struggle.” - Lori Wilhite
"If you are intentional, you can have beautiful friendships in leadership." - Lori Wilhite
Episode Sponsor: Confident Leader Club
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