Being a leader is not easy. Ask one who is a leader and it will be made evident that leadership is difficult and arduous.
However, it can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience when it is properly understood. Brad Lomenick has written a book to aid a leader in such an endeavor.
He does this by dividing leadership into three categories: humble, hungry, and hustle. Each of these three sections deals with issues leaders may face in their growth and development.
I really found the Hungry section engaging. A leader must be in constant state of learning and growing to not only be a better leader but to train leaders who will follow them. This spills over into areas of risk and vision.
By staying hungry, a leader will not be satisfied with the present but will try to become better in all areas. This means taking risks to grow and modifying their vision as life circumstances change and culture changes as well.
This is a great resource for a leader in any area of life and should be reviewed multiple times for encouragement and self-reflection.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson in exchange for my honest review.