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As Simone mentioned, it takes courage to step into the role created for you.A quote by Brian Chesky reads, “The second thing I had to do was not be reluctant as a leader…And when I started doing that, I realized that people are thriving for this, and that it’s so much more helpful for people”.A quote by an unknown author reads, “Surround yourself with people who make you hungry for life, touch your heart, and nourish your soul”.I can relate Seretha and Simone’s experiences with being a reluctant leader, as I experienced the same.After college she moved to Atlanta where she rededicated her life to God.She ended up serving in multiple places at her church from children’s ministry to small group leader.During this time Seretha found that her love of music made her the go to person to ask make a playlist of fun and clean music for friends and events.

Realizing I was a leader came with a sense of responsibility that I had to accept in order to grow.

As with Seretha, I did not see some of my leadership skills until others called me out, which for me still took some time to digest and accept.

As with Simone, I would notice people modeling my behavior and staring at me, but I didn’t initially equate this to leadership and wished they would stop.

When we surround ourselves with people that are aligned with our vision and future we gain the encouragement, accountability, and support needed to reach our potential.

As Simone stated “You need people around you that will call out the best in you and tell you, you can do this”!

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