DCL 4.1 Instruction | Acquire the Wisdom of Big-Picture Thinking

Video Presentation: Todd Mullins, Lead Pastor and Shaun Blakeney, Student Ministry Pastor, Christ Fellowship, Florida

 

Big-picture thinkers are never satisfied with what they already know. They look for opportunities to learn. Big-picture thinkers always are asking questions and listening to the answers. They are good listeners. Big-picture thinkers make an effort to see beyond their own world; they want to see what others are seeing. Big-picture thinkers expand their experience because they expand their world. They accomplish far more than narrow-minded people.

 

Why should you become a big-picture thinker?

1.  Big-picture thinking allows you to lead.

2.  Big-picture thinking keeps you on target.

3.  Big-picture thinking promotes teamwork.

4.  Big-picture thinking allows you to see what others see.

5.  Big-picture thinking keeps you from being caught up in the mundane.

6.  Big-picture thinking helps you navigate uncharted territory.

 

DISCUSSION

  • Are you learning from life’s experiences?
  • Are you gaining insight from other leaders?
  • What are other ways you can become a big-picture thinker?

 

BIBLICAL CASE STUDY: ABRAHAM

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