Liberty Leaders vs. Cocktails and Complainers

Posted by HillsboroughLP on September 29, 2017 at 12:40 AM

As leaders we very often look for the 'right company' or the ‘right group’ before we look for the ‘right team of people’. Often we think that as good leaders, we can mold and shape others to become the team that we desire. Sometimes this might be true.

However, there are also times when being a part of an already existing group of fellow leaders, of professionals, mentors, and peers working towards a common cause benefits us individually. We grow our own leadership skills while teaching others. We make significant networking connections. We develop personally and professionally during busy mastermind sessions.

Have you ever worked with leaders who are brave enough to fail their way forward? Struggled to overcome obstacles with leaders who are humble enough to learn from fellow leaders? Grown personally and professionally with leaders that are confident enough to share their leadership skills with other high caliber leaders? Brainstormed with a team of highly skilled mind-mapping leaders to form an even bigger vision.

Have you ever worked with a group of high quality committed leaders who desire to be inspired and who desire to inspire others?

I have. This experience is both refreshing and empowering. Working with fellow high caliber leaders benefits not only the leaders involved but it is spread throughout the community they serve and out to the world around them.

I am seeking leaders who are willing to make a commitment to not only the message of Liberty but to each other as fellow leaders. I am currently seeking out more high quality leaders of this caliber to work with me on various Liberty Leadership groups. I am currently a leader with a national non-partisan Liberty group, a national Liberty Women’s organization, and the Libertarian Party both locally (Tampa Bay, FL) and nationally. If you are interested in growing with me and other high quality, committed leaders send me an email and let’s connect today.

Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of this exciting opportunity.

Categories: Leadership, Volunteers

Post a Comment


Oops, you forgot something.


The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

You must be a member to comment on this page. Sign In or Register