Part of having an entrepreneurial spirit in your work is to constantly look at the edge and figuring out where you can experiment and try out new things.
But this comes with a price that frankly is the limiting factor for a lot of ministries. This stops all innovating at any level.
Are you leading your teams in a way that instills fear of failure?
Seth Godin reminds us well:
Just about anything worth doing is worth doing better, which means, of course, that (at least at first) there will be failure. That’s not a problem (in the long run), it’s merely a step along the way.
Is fear so ingrained into your team culture that you’ve stop looking for new perspectives in your work? Are you stuck in a rut because you’re not willing to, well…..fail?
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