All businesses and individuals have “audiences” in some way, shape or form. Not everyone has an audience of thousands, but thanks to social media and the ubiquity of ratings and reviews, everyone is an influence. You have a Facebook or Twitter. You comment on blog posts. You complain/rave about some service/experience to friends or family online. You responded to an online movie review? If so, congratulations: you have an audience.
How can someone be a great leader when they ignore opportunities to learn? This post continues with the FoodCircles Operating Principles, ideas we strive by, and often inspired by Bill Hybels’ book, Axiom. Hybels pointedly states, “Leaders have a responsibility before God to constantly get better, and one of the most reliable ways to do this is.. ”