RPP 013: Why Improving Your Weaknesses is Almost a Waste of Time

Conventional wisdom says that you should concentrate on improving your weaknesses. Well, we’re not so big on conventional wisdom because we say the opposite. Instead of focusing on your weaknesses, you’d be much better suited to cultivate your strengths.RPP 013: Why Improving Your Weaknesses is Almost a Waste of Time

In this episode we go into detail on why improving your weaknesses is almost a waste of time and how to go about cultivating your strengths. Want to see your church make the best impact it can possibly make? You can if you put this into practice.

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Show Notes: Why Improving Your Weaknesses is Almost a Waste of Time

Links Mentioned:

Why Preparing a Sermon in 10 Minutes Will Make You a Better Preacher

Deepen Your Bench (Or Empower Others to Preach)

3 Secrets to Getting Young Leaders On Board – by Jonathan Pearson

RPP 012: 3 Ways to Build a Great Team

Resources Mentioned:

Strengths Finder

Written by Brandon Kelley

Brandon Kelley is the co-founder of Rookie Preacher and the author of Preaching Sticky Sermons and Crucified to Life. He serves as the Lead Pastor of First Church of Christ in Bluffton, IN. He also writes at BrandonKelley.org. You can follow him @BrandonKelley_. Watch his sermons here.


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