How many of us work at developing a good, solid reputation? We want to be known as "somebody" worth knowing. We look at opportunities that give us a chance to stand out and up above the crowd. In leadership we want to be those who rush to the front to guide the troops to take the next hill. But Paul says of Jesus that "he made himself a man of no reputation, taking on the very nature of a servant" (Phil. 2:7). This is the theme behind Scott Rodin find article written ten years ago. If you are a reader you may benefit from Rodin's five key points of where he failed as the President of Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary. It might even save you from failing in the same areas: Down Load Here.