Posts tagged Leadership
How To Set And Keep Boundaries

Without boundaries you will never be able to live and lead with purpose. Without boundaries you will begin to drift and lose control of your life. You will find yourself feeling like a "slave" to those you serve and eventually will begin to resent them and their needs. The late nights, going the extra mile, and always putting the customer first will lead to burnout, stress, and strained (potentially broken) relationships.

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What To Do When You Stop Believing In Yourself

A strong belief in your ability to achieve your goals and live your life with purpose is essential to success. The challenge is that life and business are not perfect. Mistakes are made. Deals are lost. Goals are not met. And, overtime if you don’t guard your heart and mind you can lose faith in yourself. You cease to see yourself as capable, equipped, and called for a purpose.

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How To Break Bad Habits (Part 2)

In my previous post, How To Break Bad Habits (Part 1), I shared that within each of us is the desire to behave in a way that has a positive influence on those we love and serve. Unfortunately, often our actions do not match our desires. We find ourselves doing things we do not want to do and the result is frustration, strained relationships, and failure to achieve our potential as leaders in the home and at work.

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7 Ways To Improve Your Leadership In The Home

I want to be a better leader in the home. This statement is one of the most common I hear from leaders I coach. It does not matter whether they are male or female, or a mother or father. The desire to be purposeful and intentional in all areas of our life and business is a part of our human nature. Unfortunately, very few people have the courage to admit when they are struggling to lead outside of work. Smaller is the group of people that admit it, seek help, and actually take action to improve their personal leadership.

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Becoming a Coaching Leader Step 6: Master The Disciplines

The sixth step to becoming a coaching leader is to master your coaching disciplines. A discipline, by definition, is an activity, exercise, or a regimen that develops or improves a skill. It is the consistent behaviors done over time that help us achieve our goals or desired end result. Each of us is a product of our current disciplines. Whatever you choose to spend the hours and minutes of your day doing will determine your level of effectiveness as a coaching leader. For this reason you must choose wisely which activities you are going to focus on each day.

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