HUMBLE, HUNGRY, SMART
These people lack excessive ego or concerns about status. They share credit, emphasize team over self, and define success collectively rather than individually. They don't think of themselves too highly or too lowly.
Hungry people almost never have to be pushed by a leader to work harder because they are self-motivated and diligent. They are constantly thinking about the next step and the next opportunity. And they loathe the idea that they might be perceived as slackers.
This is your common sense about people. It has everything to do with the ability to be interpersonally appropriate and aware. Smart people tend to know what is happening in a group situation and how to deal with other in the most effective way.
Life on Mission
AS THE FATHER HAS SENT ME, SO I AM SENDING YOU. JOHN 20:21
1. Meet someone new with an Apprenticeship classmate.
2. Share your testimony with a friend not in XA or a new person you met this week.
Be a Doer of the Word
BE DOERS OF THE WORD AND NOT HEARERS ONLY, DECIEVING YOURSELVES. JAMES 1:22
1. Self-evaluate about being humble, hungry, or smart. Share what you discover with your Core Group leader during your one on one.
2. Share your testimony and the Gospel with your Core Group leader. Have them evaluate you.
3. Pray about being a part of D-team next year.
After you have completed:
1. Doer Steps and
2. Life on Mission tasks
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