Just 3 Questions about Leadership with Larry Osborne

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Have you ever wondered how someone becomes a great leader? In the Just 3 Questions series, we’ve asked some of today’s top leaders three simple questions about leadership.

Larry Osborne is the Senior Pastor at North Coast Church in San Diego, CA. In this first video, he answers, “Who is the best leader you have ever sat under and why were they so good?”


Larry talked about "releasing young eagles". Take a moment to consider the leaders you surround yourself with. How do you currently mentor and release young leaders? Which young leader around you inspires and challenges you to keep growing? Why is it important to listen to those younger and even less experienced?
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In this next clip, Larry answers the question, “What is the most important thing you do to develop leaders?”


Larry talked about being available, about being a "lifeline" for those leaders you are developing. As you think about your schedule, how available are you to those who look to you for guidance? How can you balance being available while guarding personal and family time?
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In this next video, Larry answers the question, “What is the most important thing you do to develop yourself as a leader?”



Larry offers 2 suggestions on leadership self-development. They are:

1. Stay around young leaders.
2. Get outside your comfort zone.

Did Larry give you any ideas of additional ways you can lead yourself? What can you start to do differently this week?
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In this final bonus clip, Larry answers the question, “What is the most important thing you do to strengthen your Christian faith on a daily basis?”


Was Larry's answer surprising? He suggests that we relax. He said, "You can't live at peak intensity every day, but you can live at peak obedience every day, so do it, and then take a nap!" How do you feel about that?
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I like Larry's suggestion to wake up each day and ask God if there's anything He wants me to do today. While no two people lead in exactly the same way, there are sound leadership principles that can help you become all the leader God has planned you to be. May God grant you wisdom and grace as you lead others in His service.