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.
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?
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.
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.