Don’t be a one tripper, in life or leadership. Sure, carry the load, but don’t do it at once and don’t do it alone. Ask for help. Be help.
As you’re at work, you can live by the just one more mindset. When you think you’ve reached ministry success, is there just one more thing you can do to make it even better?
The more I lead others and the longer I live, the more I learn about relationships. And relationships require follow-up.
A one tripper is someone who is determined to get everything in one trip. The thing about one trippers is that they’re willing to go to great lengths in order to accomplish their very important mission.
No matter how much of a people person you feel like you are or how far along you feel in your relationship with God, people will let you down.
In the Bible we see the idea of delayed gratification as a theme.