How the way you do your cores can make you a better leader.
Like most things we teach our kids, we need to work on these ourselves, too.
Such a simple difference that can change or world view dramatically.
Leading is helping, not pleasing.
If you are the smartest one in the room you want to get to a different room. Here’s how to lead that room when you’re not the smartest.
If you’re not recognizing bus, you’re missing opportunities to lead.
You can learn any skill you need to be a more effective leader.
Belief is a powerful thing.
When you’re not functioning right physically, you won’t be able to lead others physically, mentally, or spiritually.
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Stronger personal relationships lead to stronger professional relationships.
What games do you use to practice life skills?
It takes gathering information that others don’t in order to get an advantage.
Without practice there is no consistent performance.
Use these steps to teach your children to be more compassionate… Or yourself… Or those you lead. Sometimes we’re all just older kids still learning to be better.
Did creating such a great work environment require having the world’s greatest business model? The answer is no. Luckily, there are some things that any of us can do, even before the profits start rolling in.
These steps can improve relationships outside with as well.
These principles can go beyond your meetings with others and can apply to your self-talk and planning as well.
Our feelings (anger, shame, delight) appear almost instantly, and, left alone, they don’t last very long.
But if we invent a narrative around an event or a person, we can keep the feeling going for a very long time.
You can use this to help steer your own emotions, or to steer the emotions of others with a narrative that organizes information to keep parole on the same page.
You may stumble, but that’s OK. In fact, it’s the only way you’ll learn, especially if you can appreciate that missteps are an inevitable — and in fact essential — part of the learning process. In the end, even though we might feel powerless in situations outside our comfort zone, we have more power than we think.
“When you simply give people value and ask questions, doors begin to open. When doors open…walk through them…even if you don’t know where they may lead.When you simply give people value and ask questions, doors begin to open. When doors open…walk through them…even if you don’t know where they may lead.“