top of page
Search

Becoming a Person of Influence

In John C. Maxwell's book, "Becoming a Person of Influence," he poses several thought-provoking questions about the nature of influence and how it applies to our lives. One of the key questions he asks is, "When you think of influencers, who do you think of?"


When we think of influencers, we often think of those with wealth, position, title, and power. We might think of celebrities, politicians, business leaders, and other high-profile individuals. However, it's important to remember that influence is not limited to these groups of people. Influence is something that we all possess, regardless of our background or social status.


The second question Maxwell asks is, "Do you believe everyone has influence or only reserved for those of wealth, position, title, and power?" The answer is that everyone has influence. We all have the ability to impact the lives of those around us, whether it's through our words, actions, or the way we live our lives. It's not about having a certain title or position, it's about the way we carry ourselves and interact with others.


The third and most important question is, "Do you think of yourself as an influencer?" This is a question that many of us might struggle to answer. We might feel that our impact on others is insignificant or that we don't have the qualities of a true influencer. However, the truth is that we all have the potential to be influencers in our own way. We all have the ability to make a positive difference in the lives of those around us.


So, as you reflect on these questions, remember that influence is not limited to a select group of people. It's something that we all possess, and it's something that we can all work on developing. Take the time to think about the person you want to be, and start living your life in a way that reflects that. You never know how much of a positive impact you might have on those around you.

7 views0 comments

Comments

Rated 0 out of 5 stars.
No ratings yet

Add a rating
bottom of page