Leonardo da Vinci is arguably one of the most talented artists that has ever lived. Among his works are the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. In addition to his ability to create art, did you know that he had a stellar vision for what did not yet exist? He conceptualized solar power, armored vehicles and even flying machines! Now that’s impressive.
Consider how this quote relates to your leadership:
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
How are you making your leadership simple? Is your vision for your church or your organization simple? Or is it so complex that you find yourself continually having to clarify it to those you are leading?
Complex ideas aren’t necessarily better ideas. It actually requires genius and a lot of hard work to make complex concepts into simple ones. When you do that, your idea becomes scalable – which then can enlarge your leadership influence like none other.