“‘You teach what you are,’ Elder Neal A. Maxwell taught. ‘Your traits will be more remembered … than a particular truth in a particular lesson.’ … Your personal experience will enable you to bear powerful witness of the principles you teach. Because you are living them, the Holy Ghost can witness that what you are teaching is true.”

Leaders who take care of their own well-being will be better equipped to lead and guide others

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How you take care of yourself can be a powerful demonstration of how you prioritize well-being in the workplace. People naturally look to their leaders for support. Leaders who take care of their own well-being will be better equipped to lead and guide others.

“‘You teach what you are,’ Elder Neal A. Maxwell taught. ‘Your traits will be more remembered … than a particular truth in a particular lesson.’ … Your personal experience will enable you to bear powerful witness of the principles you teach. Because you are living them, the Holy Ghost can witness that what you are teaching is true.”

—Teaching in the Savior’s Way (2016), 13–14.

 

Try this: Think about something in your daily life that recharges you and gives you a sense of renewal. Then share your experience in your next team meeting.

“‘You teach what you are,’ Elder Neal A. Maxwell taught. ‘Your traits will be more remembered … than a particular truth in a particular lesson.’ … Your personal experience will enable you to bear powerful witness of the principles you teach. Because you are living them, the Holy Ghost can witness that what you are teaching is true.”

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