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F3 | June 23, 2017

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The QSource is the the Wisdom from which the Q draws to exercise Virtuous Leadership.

There are four Quadrants to the Q: Q1-Q4.

Q1 is The DRP (the Daily Red Pill): The Q’s daily commitment to accelerate his fitness, fellowship and faith in order to be a more Effective leader. Q1 is about STAYING Right.

Q2 is IMPACT: The forcible contact to strong effect that the Q has on the other Members of his Groups. Q2 is about LIVING Right.

Q3 is Group Leadership: The leadership skills and characteristics the Q employs to IMPACT, build and develop his Groups. Q3 is about LEADING Right.

Q4 is Legacy: What the Q leaves behind as a result of his IMPACT and Group Leadership. Q4 is about LEAVING Right.

Each Quadrant is comprised of a series of QPoints

The First Quadrant: DRP

Q1.1 Q

Q1.2 DRP

Q1.3 King

Q1.4 Queen

Q1.5 Jester

Q1.6 M

Q1.7 Shorties

Q1.8 Shield Lock

Q1.9 Whetstone

Q1.10 Mammon

Q1.11 Prayer

Q1.12 Study

Q1.13 Meeting

The Second Quadrant: IMPACT


Q2.2 Influence

Q2.3 Missionality

Q2.4 Positive Habit Transfer

Q2.5 Accountability

Q2.6 Correction

Q2.7 Targeting

The Third Quadrant: Group Leadership

Q3.1 Virtue

Q3.2 Virtuous Leader

Q3.3 Candor

Q3.4 Commitment


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