Good relationships require growth, and you cannot properly grow without good information.
Dr. Edward Lee Johnson Sr. draws on his decades of experience in the military, as a business owner, and as a pastor to reveal how to grow as a person and live a more fulfilling life in this book. Insights include:
• People don’t follow you because you are great; they
follow you because of what you do for them.
• There will come a time when you’ll have to cut ties
but make absolutely sure it is the right time.
• If you think the other person is wrong, chances are
he or she feels the same way about you.
• God’s kingdom cannot be established as long as our
culture, pride, and social status stand in the way.
These relational tips can be used in the workplace, in church, and in the home – as well as on vacation or anytime you’re meeting new people. By striving to boost communication skills and seeking to understand others, you can rise above the fray of pettiness and build meaningful relationships.