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Lord of the Flies: A Leadership Fable: Dealing with Leadership…

by Joey Johnson

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This probably would have been a good book if it actually was a fable but it's not. It's a series of points illustrated with reference to flies. ( )
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Distractions are a major threat to leadership. Just as a fly can shift a bus driver's focus -- from his main task of driving a vehicle safely to killing an irritating insect -- a distraction can cause a leader to lose sight of his main goal. Drawing on Biblical principles and personal experience, Bishop Joey Johnson uses the metaphor of the fly to examine why God allows distractions in a leader's life and how the devil uses distractions to get a leader away from his main goal. In this much-needed leadership book, Johnson shows how leaders can keep their focus on their goals in the midst of irritations, detractors, enemies, and obstacles.

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