Leaders who navigate do even more than control the direction in which they and their people travel. They see the whole trip in their minds before they the dock. They have a vision for their destination, they understand who it takes to get there, they know who they need on the team to be successful, and they organize the obstacles long before they appear on the horizon. Sometimes its difficult balancing optimism and realism, intuitions and planning and faith and fact. But that’s what it takes to be effective as a navigating leader. Above everything else, the secret to the law of navigation is preparation. When you prepare well, you convey confidence and trust to the people. Its no the size of the project that determines its acceptance, support, and success. It’s the size of the leaders who are good navigators are capable of taking their people just about anywhere.
Nehemiah had an extra love for God and walked an extra mile and he was blessing to the community.
Nehemiah finished rebuilding the wall within 52 days that was lying ruined for 120 years.. wow that’s a real big time project that was done by God’s grace within 2 months.
When you allow Him to work with you He would do miracles which you could not imagine for ages…