CNLP 188: Jessica Bealer And Gina McClain On Why Leaders Quit, How To Develop Better Self-Esteem, Why Balance Is A Joke And How To Grow Your Resilience

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CNLP 188: Jessica Bealer and Gina McClain on Why Leaders Quit, How to Develop Better Self-Esteem, Why Balance is a Joke and How to Grow Your Resilience CNLP 188: Jessica Bealer and Gina McClain on Why Leaders Quit, How to Develop Better Self-Esteem, Why Balance is a Joke and How to Grow Your Resilience

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Jessica Bealer and Gina McClain have both led in major ministries for over a decade. They’ve also seen a lot of leaders not make it. What’s the difference?

In a super-candid discussion, Jessica and Gina talk about how to develop more resilience and build better self-esteem. They also talk about why, as working moms, they think balance is a joke and what to do about it.

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Welcome to Episode 188 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts and listen for free.

Everyone feels like quitting now and then. It’s a natural emotion to experience in frustrating seasons – a lie we hear in our heads offering a fast and simple way to get out of tough situations.

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There’s a fine line between quitting your job and quitting your calling. More often than not, the triggers causing this urge to quit are problems to work through instead of a means to an end. Just because you feel like quitting doesn’t disqualify you from your calling.

Here are some triggers to look out for so that you can stay healthy while leading in discouraging seasons.

-Not - Time

-Not taking adequate time off.

-Having unrealistic expectations about the people you lead.

Expectations - Pace - Results - Projects

-Having unrealistic expectations about the pace of results you want to be seeing in your projects.

-Feeling like no one cares or is listening to what you have to say.

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-Feeling ill equipped and unconfident in...
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