From Julie B. Beck's talk:

Mothers Who Know Are Leaders

Mothers who know are leaders. In equal partnership with their husbands, they lead a great and eternal organization. These mothers plan for the future of their organization. They plan for missions, temple marriages, and education. They plan for prayer, scripture study, and family home evening. Mothers who know build children into future leaders and are the primary examples of what leaders look like. They do not abandon their plan by succumbing to social pressure and worldly models of parenting. These wise mothers who know are selective about their own activities and involvement to conserve their limited strength in order to maximize their influence where it matters most.

Additional Resources:

"The Greatest Leaders are the Greatest Followers" by Stephen W. Owen, April 2016 General Conference

"Some Scriptural Lessons on Leadership" by Spencer J. Condie, April 1990 General Conference

"Being Leaders Who Foster Growth" by Karen Maxwell, April 1995 General Conference

"The Call for Courage" by Thomas S. Monson, April 2004 General Conference

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