Leadership Clout. Why it's important, and how to get some.

I’m so excited.  Today is the day my friend Jenni Catron’s first book hits the shelves.  It’s called “Clout:  Discover and Unleash your God-given Influence.”

Jenni is an absolutely GREAT leader… and I think this book will encourage you in your search for leadership in the church and in life in general.

Here’s a little preview:

It is easy to believe that power, influence, and leadership are gifts given to a special few. But the Bible says otherwise.

We all long for significance, even as we fear we will never be good enough. We listen for God, but hear only voices of doubt and practicality. Listen again. There is a call that only you can answer.

Clout is power and influence. It is an undeniable trait that opens doors and moves mountains. You have it, and you can use it to change the world around you. With Scripture and stories from her own life, Jenni Catron maps out the pitfalls and clear paths on the way toward discovering and unleashing your very own clout.

This is not a quest of power for power’s sake. Influence is not a guarantee of fame or fortune. It is an opportunity to use your gifts to do the extraordinary. This is a journey toward dismantling what stands in the way of your influence and leadership, discovering your God-given clout, and using it to answer God’s calling on your life.

Grab a copy of the book today here.

Or check out the website or download a free chapter here!

(You can thank me later)  🙂

Todd

 

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