Welcome back to 90 with Nate!

Today we’re talking about John Maxwell’s Law of the Inner Circle.

And the Law of the Inner Circle says: A Leader’s Success Is Determined by those that are Closest to Him or Her.

Now sometimes when you’re growing a great organization, there can get to be a lot of people in the organization. And if you have a caring heart as a leader, often times its your desire to reach down and to help the people that are struggling the most, or to spend your time with the people who say they really want or need your help.

It’s tough for a person sometimes who’s in a leadership position to just work with that inner circle, kinda like Jesus did with His disciples.

Now, it’s not that Jesus wasn’t offering something great to the masses, because certainly He was. But He was spending time with and raising up those disciples so that they in turn could go and be the help to the people.

It kind of goes back to the Pareto Principal…the 80/20 rule. You know…20% of the people do 80% of the work. So you’ve got your 20% at the top and then you’ve got the rest of your people.

Now don’t misunderstand me to say that the other 80% of the people shouldn’t be helped. The question is: Who is it that should be helping them?

If you want to have great success, spend your time and resources on those people that are in your inner circle.

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