Often, a leader’s priority of running a service or a business takes precedence over running themselves, and yet the first depends on the second.
If you don't put the gas in a car it will stop at some point because it will run out of gas.
So you must take time to renew yourself, to take care of your body, mind and spirit.
If you don't do it, who will?
If you want to be useful for others, you must take care of yourself.
This also includes that your thinking is right, that your motives are right and that your heart is in the right place.
It means that you need to see whether you care about the people you lead and serve, whether you have their best interest at heart.
The top priority for a leader is thinking how to benefit his people, how to help them succeed.