Every leader wrestles with the question of whether they need to pull from the front or push from the back.
Scrolling can be entertaining, until it’s not. When we start to resent what’s happening in the lives of others, we ignore the blessings in our own life.
No matter the pain, the pressure or the price you have to pay, keep moving forward.
The world is full of frustrated, imperfect people who end each day with “I wish this” or “I wish that.” This doesn’t accomplish anything (except raise their blood pressure). Instead, we must wisely use our time and energy creating a series of “I will” actions.
It’s easy to make a decision if the consequences don’t effect us. This is why we give free advice. It’s easy to make a decision if it requires no action on our part. This keeps our comfort zone intact. It’s easy to make a decision if we don’t have to change anything. This maintains the status quo. Leadership isn’t necessary …
Effective leaders focus more on the people they work with than the work itself.
Leadership is personal. It requires you to make choices. Here’s some possible choices you’ll face on a regular basis.
Do you have something right around the corner that you’re dreading? We all do. These are our leadership moments. The moments that stretch us and require more from us. This article describes how to be a leader in those moments. It shows how to be intentional when those moments come our way.