Leadership: Find Your Truth In a Sea of Uncertainty

Jul 16, 2020

There's a big difference between BEING LEADERSHIP and DOING LEADERSHIP.

DOING LEADERSHIP is based on grit, determination, willpower, certainty, and authority. At its core, BEING LEADERSHIP is creativity, collaboration, objectivity, presence, curiosity, and easy confidence.

DOING LEADERSHIP is exhausting, BEING LEADERSHIP is effortless.

When leaders are able to make the fundamental shift from Doing to Being everything changes.

Being Leaders have adopted a true inner-confidence that sustains them through adversity and it inspires others. 

They're no longer driven by results only, but instead, focus on what they can control--their own performance.  The confidence that they hold doesn't come from past results but from an inner-belief that they can do hard things. 

BEING LEADERS drive the results and don't allow the results to drive them.

Seeing themselves as powerful, they also see the...

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How Leaders Get Control Without Being Controlling

Jul 08, 2020

Entrepreneurial leaders want more control...

Don't you?  What if you could have more control of your day, your time, your team's performance, and the results the business creates.

Let's get one thing clear first...

The desire for more control doesn't make you controlling.  It's understandable that the last thing you want is to micromanage your team and be involved in every detail.

What would be different if you were to have the type of control that you want? 

In this video, I'll show you how you can get more control TODAY!  When you set this one simple practice in motion you'll be able to show up with an easy confidence found in the greatest of leaders.

 

 

In this video, we'll explore a simple way for you to gain more control of your day without being controlling.  This simple but powerful practice will leave you feeling energized, focused, and confident to tackle whatever comes your way.

You'll feel like you're in control...

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How to Create More Ownership, So You Can Stop Doing It All

Apr 16, 2020

How do I get my team to take more ownership?

It's normal to feel stuck as you try to build a team beneath you. You desire to grow your business or elevate your role in your career.

And you know that you'll need to start replacing yourself if you are to rise to new levels in your profession.

But people just don't seem to care as much as you do.  They don't take the initiative that you expect.

There's no ownership.

This is a common experience for many and these simple practices will create more ownership on your team. 

Imagine what would be possible for you if your team took more ownership. With this simple and pivotal practice, you might find you're closer than you think.

 

 

In this video, we'll explore a simple principle that will create more ownership on your team and three simple practices that can help you get there faster.

 

How to Create More Ownership, So You Can Stop Doing It All

Transcript - April 16, 2020

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The Key That Unlocks Extraordinary Leadership

Mar 19, 2020

How do extraordinary leaders create massive results within their teams and organizations?

I'd often wonder, "how do they do it?"

There is one key shift that all great leaders make that fundamentally change how they lead and the results they create.

I remember a time when I felt inadequate as a leader.  This belief led me to overcompensate. 

Trying hard to fake it until I made it, my focus was on what others thought of me as a leader.

This only hurt my abilities to lead and influence my team.

In this video, I share a key lesson.  Figuring out this one thing can fundamentally change your perspective of leadership and your abilities to lead well. 

 

 

In this video, we'll explore the fundamental shift all extraordinary leaders make to tap their next level of influence and results within their team and organization.

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3 Things All Ineffective Leaders Have in Common

Feb 27, 2020

As a leader, wouldn't it be great if someone were to just tell you what NOT to do?

Naturally, this was a question I've always wondered...what am I doing that's getting in the way of me being effective as a leader?

I knew what I was "supposed" to do and be as a leader.

Yes, all leaders should serve their team.  John Maxwell says, "people don't care how much you know until they know how much you care."

Like you, I've heard all the aphorisms around leadership.  But you know what?

I've never heard anyone talk about these three pitfalls that all ineffective leaders have in common.

Even strong leaders fall into these three human tendencies.  

The beautiful thing is that because these aren't talked about, you might not even be aware you're doing this. 

And that's what's so great because once you do become self-aware you can start to choose a different more effective approach. 

In this video, we'll discuss the three most common pitfalls...

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3 Simple Areas to Improve Your Executive Presence

Feb 13, 2020

 

The number one question that I'm most often asked is "How do I grow as a leader and develop my executive presence?"

Executive presence, what does that even look like?

You know it when you see it, right?

The person is poised, intuitive, creative, focused, powerful, persuasive, and even charismatic.  They communicate with ease, they have clarity, and have a way of simplifying complexity.

It would make sense why you want to improve your executive presence.  But how?

So often we look to tactical training to develop what is intangible and even subjective. 

How do you develop something that feels so hard to grasp?

 

 

In this video, we discuss three simple areas to improve your executive presence.  

We'll answer questions like...

  • What does it really mean to be present?
  • What is it that might be preventing you from being a more powerful and influential leader? 
  • What do all great leaders have in common?

Also,  as...

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