Since leadership is someone that leads others, all of us have the capacity to be a leader. So let me give you some practical areas that you can develop in your life that would be beneficial. Think about each one and do it. I know it will help you.
1.In creation, the Bible says that God looked at everything He created and said: “It was very good.” Never speak or think negatively about yourself, if you do you put yourself in disagreement with the One who created you and since God created you let Him introduce you to you.
2.Don’t create mental comparisons with others. If you do, dissatisfactions will grow.
3.Focus on your potential, not your limitations. You can’t be good at everything, but you are good at some things. Let those be your focus.
4. Find out what you like and do it well. From the book “Wild at Heart” it says, “Don’t ask what the world needs, rather ask yourself what makes you come alive, because what the world needs are people that have come alive.”
5.Let God determine you’re worth not others. Don’t let someone else build your life; they will always build it too small.
6.Keep your shortcomings in perspective; you are still a work in progress. If Tiger Woods recent win of his fifth Masters teaches one thing, it’s this principle, he kept his shortcomings in perspective and got up each day to win.