“No matter where life takes you — big cities, small towns — you will inevitably run across small minds. People who think they are better than you, people who think that being pretty or popular automatically makes you a worthwhile human. None of these things matter as long as you have a strength of character, integrity… sense of pride. So when you meet someone for the first time, don’t judge them by their situation in life, because you never know, they may end up being your very best friend.” Joey Potter
The “layers of this onion” could be peeled back on numerous levels. Potter addresses so many areas that demand our attention, one post could not cover them all.
We are all aware of the validity of these statements, but one primary thought from this quote is essential to our leadership: strength of character.
Character is often the topic of posts, and the expression of character in the midst of this thought is significant to understanding the position, attitude, and activity of godly leaders.
Focusing on character development, as based on previous posts, will increase the credibility of our leadership.