“Then Jesus said to the twelve, ‘Do you also want to go away?’“ — John 6:67 (NKJV)
How do you face moments of disappointment? Do you exemplify the fruit of the Spirit? Do you respond with love? Are you overwhelmed with peace? Do you exercise patience? Do you portray kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, or self-control? And how do you treat those who may have disappointed you? Do you still give them unconditional love?
If you live long enough someone will disappoint you. Whether it is your husband or your wife not following through, your children not living up to your expectations, a business partner not honoring their commitment, an employee not fulfilling their responsibilities, a vendor not delivering on her promise, or a family member or friend not being there for you when you need them most, it can be guaranteed that someone will disappoint you. Disappointments are a part of life and how entrepreneurs and leaders handle them define who we are. Log in to read the full article