LIFE Leadership Pyramid Scheme? | Orrin Woodward: Life Leadership

Everything rises and falls on leadership.  Orrin Woodward and the Policy Council of the TEAM and LIFE Leadership are the consummate servant leaders.  They are constantly seeking to serve those whom they lead.

LIFE Leadership is a process by which communities of people who seek to serve each other are built.  The ultimate pyramid scheme is the corporate structure.  My day job is in a corporate setting as well, but I am fortunate enough to be employed by a corporation that listens to and seeks to help everybody down the line and streamlines the “pyramid” more than most, but I still laugh at the image at the top of this blog post:

LIFE Leadership Pyramid Scheme? | Orrin Woodward: Life Leadership.


Mentoring with the scoreboard

The most effective way to help yourself, and others know what area needs focus is a scoreboard.  Orrin Woodward is a master at mentoring leaders in all aspects of life and his principle tool is the scoreboard.  Take a look at this blog post and at this video he recently posted:

The importance of Religious Freedom

This video is very important. Religious Freedom is one of the founding principles on which the United States government was founded. The concept that all human beings have freedom of conscience is a natural law, that cannot be removed.

It’s interesting that many of us understand that, yet within the confines of our homes and religious meetings, we sometimes feel free to criticize and belittle other religious views. All religions have truth in them. Why would we want to find the faults in them. If you believe that others would benefit from joining your religious beliefs, the most effective way to accomplish that is to first understand and relate to their religious beliefs. You will have much more success building on common beliefs than trying to build from religious beliefs you have finished tearing down.

Please watch this video and consider the things it teaches. Do some introspection, as it caused me to do, and see if there isn’t something in your behavior to other religions that could be corrected.