Have you ever been thrown a curve ball? Maybe personally or professionally? While unexpected, often good things can come from these kinds of circumstances. Relax, see it, adjust, wait. And gain an experience for the next time you’re up to bat.
A survey of more than seven thousand American workers found that only 45 percent of workers say they are satisfied or extremely satisfied with their jobs. “At the same time, a much lower number actually feel very ‘engaged’ by their jobs. Only 20 percent feel very passionate about their jobs; less than 15 percent agree that they feel strongly energized by their work; and only 31 percent (strongly or moderately) believe that their employer inspires the best in them.”1
When someone has integrity, they know the right thing, say the right thing & do the right thing. Whether you are an heir to the throne or work a normal 9-5 job, your level of integrity is a reflection of who you are.
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” – Jim Rohn
Many people ask me how they can become more disciplined. It goes without saying that they realize that most disciplined people are successful and the ones who accomplish more in life. While there is no concrete plan on how to discipline yourself once and for all, I can offer up some useful leadership development tips, such as the following:
“Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from.” – Seth Godin
Leadership decisions are part of everyday life. But sometimes the hardest decisions we make are the ones we make on the fly. Almost without thinking, but by using our instincts.