Episode 13 • Be That Person Who Says Yes

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 13, we unlock the full potential of a worship leader – Being a person that always says “YES”.

Being a person that gains influence and grows in leadership, typically carry a few patterns that you can recognize pretty quickly. A few that stand out are: a good attitude, someone who’s constantly excited about the vision and instruction, and someone who always says “yes”.

Anytime you go to an improv show, it’s taught that any idea that’s thrown out is always “Yes, And” – Shalon unpacks this thought more in the episode. Instead of being someone who always says, “ya, I don’t think that’s going to work” – figure out a way to say “Yes, and we can add this too” – Watch how that will shift the environment of your team if everyone had that approach.

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