2 vital questions in decision-making
Few Christian leaders set out to promote or speak falsehood. Falsehood among Christian leaders comes about more often by omission than commission (what is allowed to remain undone versus what is done intentionally). Failure to intentionally listen can shut out new truth which, by default, is a choice to deal in untruth. Conversely, to ask questions and listen is a conscious choice to raise the amount of truth and, therefore, accuracy in the meeting room. Certainly listening in a multi-faceted organization involves more than two questions, but the following two questions are a solid start to seeking and gaining truth in order to make better decisions.
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