There are so many individuals comfortable in what they are now doing. I see them every day here in this state of South Carolina. Allow me to share this with you. When you are settled into your purpose, insecurities will begin to melt away. You won't wear yourself out trying to please other people; you won't need others constantly telling you that they approve of you and what you are doing. I know that you will like yourself, because you will experience your own inner approval as you fulfill what you were born to do. The Creator put that potential and ability inside of you.
Being compatible always requires one to be in harmony with his or her Source. King Solomon stated it this way: "By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches and honor and life".
The primary focus of your leadership, therefore should not be to lead people; that result will develop naturally. Rather, it should be to discern your true self and to pursue your purpose. By exercising your unique gift, you will discover your personal leadership and find meaning, fulfillment and contentment to your work. The character it takes to sustain your gift and your leadership is what this writing is all about.
Remember, you were created to accomplish something that no one else can accomplish. You were born to do something that the world will not be able to ignore. Having said that, diligently seek your gifts, purpose, identity, potential and destiny!