The thing you know intuitively, you can’t transfer to others – Apostle Moses Mukisa aka Ap. Mo
That is how Transform 2022 a yearly leaders conference organized by the School Of Leadership from Harvest Institute, started off with the leader of Worship Harvest Ministries.
With the theme Make a Difference, Ap. Mo started the conference by highlighting how the difference we want and long for deeply, should start with us, to our communities with what we have been given by God.
He mentioned that leaders who make a difference
- have a compelling vision,
- have results,
- build great teams,
- overcome obstacles
- and are good followers.
Life isn’t an obstacle-free course, the bigger the vision the bigger the obstacle – Ap. Mo
Looking at the state of Africa, all our problems stream from the lack of great and good leaders with the above-mentioned difference makers. Our leaders are not good managers of resources, ‘they buy balloons and yet the destiny of all balloons is to be busted. They don’t build long-lasting things’ that make transformational differences.
‘Where there is no vision, the people perish’ says Proverbs 29:19a. Leaders with a vision think about the resources and time entrusted to them in line with how to increase, improve, and develop it more. Everyone wants and likes a good thing or better living, and all these are achieved with a cast vision.
A cast vision gives a picture of what that thing could/ should/ will be like in the future if worked on now. It gives hope, and energy, evokes strategic thinking, inspires action, transports you into the future, defines the resources needed, asks critical questions, and reorganizes your priorities while revealing your next steps.
Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to success, tactics without strategy is noise before defeat. – Ap.Mo.
Being a member of the Worship Harvest Movement where we are encouraged to do something and grow at every interaction; picking up something to do and doing it immediately not be affected by the law of diminishing intent – the longer you wait to do something you should do now, the greater the odds that you will never actually do it – I picked documenting my learning and highlighting them in this blog.
There is no need to process when you learn a good thing, implement it immediately. Run with the instructions even when you don’t understand them fully. As you work the instruction you learn new it and new things along the way.
The conference was for 2 days, with 12 breakaway rooms. I hope to share a highlight from all of them in 4 different blogs this month.
Thank you for reading blog number 1.