Thursday, June 20, 2013
C. Peter Wagner tells that when he was young he attended “horse pulls.” One of the strongest horses could pull 7,000 pounds and another an amazing 9,000 pounds. But when the two horses were hitched together, they could pull 33,000 pounds.
This is a principle which will bring exponential results if the leader understand and utilizes it properly. Often leaders motivate their people through the use of competition. Although competition can be healthy it also can be destructive. For better and exponential results the leader who understands this principle unites leading workers in a task describing mutual benefit. Giving adequate instructions, ample resources, and animated encouragement he will likely see remarkable results.
by Dr. Gayle Woods