Podcast Episode #19: Andrew Stone - The Importance of Core Values

Posted: Dec 06 2015

 

Andrew Stone oversees production at all of the environments at Church on the Move in Tulsa, OK. After having spent many years touring on the road. He has a tremendous ability to take the craziest concepts and make them happen while getting the most bang for your buck, and his spirit animal is the rock fist. In this episode, Andrew specifically talks on the the importance of core values. 

 

LISTEN NOW  Episode #19: Andrew Stone - The Importance of Core Values

 

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6 CORE VALUES EVERY LEADERS SHOULD HAVE

1. Believe you are the RIGHT person for the job. 
It doesn’t matter what your role is. You have to believe God put you there because YOU are the best person for the job. 
    2. Details are what take us from good to GREAT.
    Looking for the details separates us from everyone else.  
    3. Always have a backup plan.
    If things can fail, they will fail. Plan for it.
    4. You don’t have to ask permission to take responsibility. 
    A level of authority goes with someone who steps up and takes responsibility.
    5.  Don’t be afraid to speak your mind, just know the right time to speak it. 
    If you don’t speak your mind, what good are you? No one likes a minion in a controlled situation where you need people to take responsibility. 

     

    6. God designed each day with exactly enough hours to complete everything we need to accomplish.

    The greatest people in our history - Albert Einstein, Aristotle, and General Patten (to name a few) had the same amount of time in their day that you do. If you believe God put you here, then you need to believe He designed today to have exactly enough time to do what you need to do.

     

    Checkout THE COMPLETE LIST OF CORE VALUES from Andrew Stone. 

     

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