“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” Clarence B. Kelland Click to tweet
Father’s Day is this coming Sunday, and I’ve been taking some time to reflect on the lessons that my Dad has taught me for the past 37 years (as long as I’ve been around.) To honor and celebrate him, in today’s leadership training session, and the previous session, I’m sharing the top five lessons I’ve learned from my Dad (so far.)
- Lesson #3: Two people get three times as much work done as one person
- Great leaders know their strengths and weaknesses.They put people around them to help accomplish things they never dreamed could happen.
- Lesson #4: The more the merrier
- The power of hospitality is immense. It’s important to make everyone feel welcome and appreciated.
- Lesson #5: The most important lesson a Dad can give his son: He believed in me
- If you want to have incredible influence, make sure people know you believe in them.
Look over these five lessons I’ve shared in this session and in the previous session. Choose one of these lessons to focus on over the next month. Try to put it into practice, and see how it impacts those around. Then, share with us! You can leave it in the comments, write me a note, or share on social media using the hashtag #yourleadershipcoach.
And one final note: Happy Father’s Day!