Most people relate to a time in life when they were misunderstood.

Children are misunderstood by their parents.
Employees are misunderstood by their employers.
Students are misunderstood by their teachers.
Citizens are misunderstood by governing authorities.

We get the point.

Developing the ability to communicate so others understand is a necessity in leadership. Jesus asked on several occasions, “Do you understand?”

Being understood is directly connected to understanding others.

Instead of wondering why we are misunderstood, we must work hard at understanding others while leading them to heaven. Think Souls!


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