Brad Lomenick has a heart for the next generation of leaders and is excited about what they will do. But the lack of drive concerns him as he shoulders the responsibility of figuring out how to motivate the next generation. From leading the Catalyst Conference to pioneering influence among young leaders, Lomenick believes true leadership consists of humility, hunger, and hustling.
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Key insights from the episode:
The average 20-year-old will have 15-20 assignments in your lifetime. – Brad Lomenick
Callings can change; assignments WILL change. – Brad Lomenick
A hungry leader has a constant posture of learning. – Brad Lomenick
“Be yourself” is a good thought but a dangerous lifestyle. – Brad Lomenick
I’m concerned about the hustle factor among young leaders. – Brad Lomenick
Those leading the next generation must figure out how to motivate and inspire young leaders. – Brad Lomenick
If you are a ‘value-adder,’ you’ll create influence. – Brad Lomenick
A networker is transactional, but a connector is a value-adder. – Brad Lomenick
Trust is the greatest currency. – Brad Lomenick
Brad Lomenick’s Challenge: When God prompts, act.
Lead yourself (and your church) to be more like Jesus.
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