Episode 47 • Become More Self-Aware & Know Your Blindspots

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In this episode, Brenton Miles and Libby Lewis sit down for some real talk on what it is to serve the local church, how to best serve a team, and learning how to communicate in a way that elevates others and edifies the church.

We all know “that guy” (or gal) who thinks a little too highly of their gift for the world to see, or worse, those who tear others down to build themselves up…

But in this episode, we’re going to break down what it means to be self-aware (in a good way) and how to set boundaries and guide rails up in your life to protect your blindspots and help you achieve building trust and longevity with your team.

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