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How do the busiest people have time to do the really important things that lead to higher levels of success?
You are painting a picture today based on your actions, plans and outcomes. The question is, will today’s picture be a masterpiece or a production line painting?
Much has been written on what you should do in your morning routine. My advice is to keep it simple, but meaningful for YOU.
The outcomes (O) you are experiencing are a result of your responses (R) to the events or circumstances (E) in your life. It’s that simple.
When you consider what makes a successful leader, it is easy to get theoretical and make things complex. Instead, consider the simplicity of the Lombardi approach.
I have worked for the person who flies off the handle and exhibits angry outbursts. I remember how it made me feel, Learn here how not to be that person.
It’s called the Intention/Perception Gap and it happens in almost every communication to one degree or another. What you intended one way was perceived another. It is the cause of the majority of our communication issues with others.
Here’s the way I look at it: If you won’t invest the 45 seconds or so that it takes to perform an act with so many obvious benefits, I wonder what else it is that you are NOT doing!
What helped me the most in the pursuit of a daily reading habit was setting up a system for how I would get that done. Here is how I became intentional about investing in my personal growth…
The most effective leaders are the ones comfortable with who they really are. They are not afraid to be authentic. Here is how you can be more authentic…