"As was his custom, Paul went into
the synagogue, and on three Sabbath
days he reasoned with them from the Scriptures, . . .” - Acts 17:2.
Leaders have established personal values that guide their daily decisions. They don't have to think or pray when faced with expressing their values in their actions; they simply do them. In this verse, it is clear that Paul had a value to visit the synagogue on any Sabbath day to teach and talk about the Lord. When leaders have values, they show up in their calendars and in their checkbooks.
LEADERSHIP STEP: In W4D3, you were encouraged to write out your personal values. That worksheet is attached in case you did not finish or need to revisit that exercise. When you have identified your values,, go through your calendar and your checkbook (personal or company) to see if you have consistently expressed those values. Set out a plan for the remainder of this month where your values can find expressions in what you do on a regular basis.