The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #4

The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #4

We are currently in a series on The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders.

Today, in our series I’m discussing Habit #4 — and how it can help you produce a greater sense of well-being, increase your productivity, and decrease your stress and anxiety levels.

 

Game Plan

What are your Commitment Starters? Take some time and determine what those are for you. Then, put them into practice and observe the difference they make in your life. 

 

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The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #3

The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #3

We are currently in a series on The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders.
 
Today, I’m discussing Habit #3 — and what Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, and other successful leaders all have in common.
 

 

Game Plan

Today’s game plan is The 5 Hour Rule. This week, read for one hour, five days a week. Five hours of reading. Think that sounds like a lot? How about these stats:

  • 80 non-sleeping hours in a work week
  • 6% of your time would be reading

Give it a try! What will you read this week? Share with me on social media.

 

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The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #2

The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #2

We are currently in a series on the The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders.

Today, I’m discussing Habit #2 and what Michelangelo’s Statute of David can teach us about developing as leaders. 

Game Plan

List off your top five strengths and top three weaknesses. Now, ask three people who know you well the same question. Compare your answers. Then, identify: what is one blind spot that will derail me if I’m not careful?

 

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The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #1

The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Habit #1

Last week, I shared what sand dollars and significant leaders have in common and the difference between significance and success. 

In today’s video, we’re discussing Habit #1 and how a road trip can help you become a better leader.

 

Game Plan

 

For any project, role, and even for yourself, ask:

  • “What does success look like?”
  • “What’s the overall goal or outcome?”

You can also do this for your team’s development:  

  • “What does success look like this year?”
  • “Where do they want to be at the end of the year?”

 

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The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Intro

The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders: Intro

In our newest series, The 8 Habits of Highly Significant Leaders, I’m going to share with you the 8 principles that serve as a foundation for significant leaders. And when consistently applied over time, these habits will take your leadership to the next level.

In today’s introductory video, I share the difference between significance and success, what sand dollars and significant leaders have in common, and why it matters.

 

 

Game Plan

Why do you want to become a significant leader?

That’s going to become your motivation, especially when life gets busy and you don’t want to be disciplined in these habits. Let your why give you the inspiration you need to push through.

 

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Diamonds and Personal Development

Diamonds and Personal Development

What does personal development mean to you?

Just like the formation of a diamond, personal development can be a mysterious process. And what makes both diamonds and personal development so rare and yet so valuable?

In this week’s Your Leadership Coach video, I share what diamonds and personal development have in common.

Game Plan

When it comes to personal development, what’s your diamond? 

What is that one dream or goal that you have always wanted to accomplish? 

What is that one skill that you like to develop further or subject matter you want to become more of an expert in? 

For 2021, choose your diamonds and create a development plan that uses pressure and time. Decide on consistent actions that push you and stretch you toward your goal over the next year.

 

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