The Most Inappropriate Word I Use On A Regular Basis Recap

by | Apr 16, 2020 | Leadership Training

There is a word that seems innocent but wrapped up in it is deception, arrogance, passivity, and ultimately, slavery. I can’t believe how naive I am to the danger and the effects this word has not only on my life, but also on the lives of the people around me. You may think I am overreacting, but I’m going to show you just how dangerous this word is.

You watch my three-part series on The Most Inappropriate Word I Use on Regular Basis here:

 

Part 1:

The Most Inappropriate Word I Use on a Regular Basis (Part 1)

The word “busy” is overused. It doesn’t mean anything when we use it as a response to “How are you doing?” These days, most everyone is “busy.” As a leader, you risk losing influence when you say “I”m busy.”

 

Part 2:

The Most Inappropriate Word I Use on a Regular Basis (Part 2)

Busy is deceptive. Our Western culture has taught us that busyness equals importance. But that’s a lie. Significance comes from quality, not quantity. It’s about adding value to people and your community.

 

Part 3:

The Most Inappropriate Word I Use on a Regular Basis (Part 3)

Busy makes you think you’re in control. But busy is really in control. It becomes your master. Activity does not lead to significance and influence.

 

 

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