This is Part 5 of our 2020 Blog Series. You can read the previous posts here. At times the grind of leadership can seem futile. One that could attest to that reality would have been the Old Testament prophet Daniel. He had every right to wallow in self-pity, thinking that his life and leadership were a waste. The Sunday School conception of Daniel’s days was like a continuous prime time flick of hanging out in the lion’s den, interpreting King Nebuchadnezzar’s dreams, receiving historic prophetic visions, and seeing handwriting on the wall. But all these experiences made up a very small part of his work life. Most of his nights and days – week after week, year after year – were spent much like yours and mine. He performed minor routines. In fact, he had a pretty awful job. Daniel’s boss was the despicable king of Babylon. Daniel’s workdaysRead MoreRead more" title="Read more" url="https://freedomtolead.net/leading-with-excellence-in-babylon/" align="right"]
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