Lessons Learned From The “Hot Seat”

Lessons Learned From The “Hot Seat”

Neal Pollard

—Nobody wants it.
—It’s easier when you’re not on it.
—You don’t get used to it.
—You can’t handle it without God.
—It’s impossible to adequately prepare for it.
—You grow (faith, trust, divine dependency) by being on it.
—You don’t stay on it forever (in this life, anyway).
—You can think of an infinite number of people you think would be better suited for it.
—Your admiration grows for those who’ve spent much time on it.
—You greatly anticipate the time you are no longer on it.
—It’s a humbling experience.
—You think about what you should have done differently while on it.


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