Getting real with yourself

Life Coaching Atlanta GeorgiaIn our world, so many want to be leaders, but to become a great leader you must learn to serve those in leadership. Many have found themselves wanting to learn to serve but have found themselves in toxic situations.
With social media on the rise, many are becoming more and more closed off so many times leaders do not realize they are toxic until they find themselves alone.
It is so beneficial to allow the Holy Spirit to shed light on those areas in our hearts where we much grow.
I found this on the web recently and wanted to share it today.

16 Signs you are a toxic Leader:

If you’re easily offended, you’re toxic.
If you seldom return favors, you’re toxic.
If you talk about yourself most of the time, you’re toxic.
If you constantly complain about others, you’re toxic.
If you feel that people are always picking on you, you’re toxic. Toxic people feel like victims.
If you’re jealous of those who succeed, you’re toxic.
If your ideas are always the “best” ideas, you’re toxic.
If you can’t remember the last time you said, “I was wrong,” you’re toxic.
If you feel personal validation when others fail, you’re toxic.
If you seek advice but explain why it won’t work, you’re toxic.
If you’re a complainer or blamer, you’re toxic.
If conversations are contests with winners and losers, you’re toxic.
If your sentences usually begin with, “No,” “But,” and “That’s not right,” you’re toxic.
If the good ole days are the best days, you’re toxic.
If you love to give feedback, but you never seek feedback, you’re toxic.
Good people can’t bring their best when they’re dancing around toxic leaders.

Toxic leaders never maximize the talent of others.
By: Dan Rockwell