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Leading on Empty: Refilling Your Tank and Renewing Your Passion

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  • Posted April 27, 2009

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    Awesome book to refocus on your calling and understanding where burnout comes from.

    I'm an A/G minister in Puerto Rico and I experienced the burnout at a serious level once. I saw the symptoms coming up recently and was afraid on going again through that road. This book came sent from heaven to open the eyes of my soul and focus in the 5% and not the 95. I recommend this book for every pastor, leader and future ones coming in to ministry to read. There are some things that are not learn in seminary. Only walking with our Heavenly father and the experiences we have with him on the way will teach us in how to refill our tanks. I'll use this book for a upcoming conference in our men's ministry at church.

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  • Posted February 11, 2009

    Honest Help for Leaders to Finish Well

    As a pastor of 30 years I can highly recommend this book to you. It hits me at a critical time or recalibration in my own life. My only regret is that I did not have this about 20 years ago. In "Leading On Empty", Wayne Cordeiro is the type of leader many of us aspire to be. He has the goods! In this book he writes out of his personal experience with burnout a few years ago. <BR/>It is not often that those who go through such seasons end up with the privilege of continuing to lead and serve well. I am on my second read and using many of the lessons here as the basis for the recalibrating I am doing - it is a goldmine. I am also buying copies to give to younger secular and religious leaders I know. If you are looking for a clinical thesis on burnout, this may not be it, but if you have been looking for practical guidance now and preventive measures for down the road, this is it. If you want to lead well and finish well - please get this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2012

    5 stars!

    A must read for anyone in ministry. This book helped me remember where my priorities should be again!

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