Tuesday, 15 May 2012

10 Tips on How to Manage Yourself as a Leader

Outstanding Leaders know and understand that their mind is their greatest tool, and everyday they work with their minds so as not to let fear, frustration and the outside noise get in. Every morning clarify and refine your Leadership Vision.  Describe in detail the Leader you are becoming.  What will you be doing as far forward as 2025?  What small steps can you take today, in that direction?
  • Take ownership.
  • Be responsible for your Growth.
  • Let go of your old habits.
  • Decrease your technology dependence.
  • Capture your ideas in simple ways, for example carry some 3 x 5 index cards with you everywhere you go.
  • Avoid micro-managing yourself.
  • Manage stress by facing it.
  • Take the work out of work, and make work fun!
  • Develop a strong Leadership Brand.
What do you want to be known for?  What results do you want to achieve in the next 12 months?

  • Become familiar with emerging markets. Tomorrow's Leaders need to identify and seize new possibilities created as emerging markets take centre stage in the global economy.

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Tuesday, 8 May 2012

20 Wisdom Tips on Leadership

  1. Address what is not working and the distraction will dissipate.
  2. Change means movement, movement sometimes means friction.
  3. Resources are never the real problem the real challenge is lack of resourcefulness.
  4. Everyday, work at being emotionally fit.
  5. Blame gives you no power, start to master your inner power today.
  6. If you truly want to lead in life, start by leading yourself.
  7. Always keep your sense of wonder and dream, dream, dream.
  8. Stop chasing life, just be it and live it today.
  9. You have to be satisfied with nothing to have everything.
  10. Before you change the world you have to first change your own world.
  11. Vague plans lead to vague results.
  12. Always hire people that are smarter than you, more experienced than you and have lots of passion bubbling over.
  13. Take time to hire the best people.
  14. Victims are afraid of change; Leaders are inspired by change.
  15. Have a mind that is open to everything and is attached to nothing.
  16. Your days on this planet are numbered. This moment and today are gifts.
  17. Make a commitment to take that step you don't think you can take today.
  18. Most people spend their life looking back instead of looking forward; and they wonder and moan about life staying the same.
  19. Simplicity is the trademark of Outstanding Leadership.
  20. Never run someone else's race in life... make sure you run your own race.

Thursday, 3 May 2012

Live from the End of your Vision

Every great vision begins with a thought that first comes alone within our imagination. Outstanding Leaders know that to accomplish anything in life they must first expect it of themselves. Over the last four years I have been studying the work of Neville Goddard, and he passionately believes that to make your future vision a present fact, you have to assure the feeling that the vision fulfils. Living from the end means you call the things that don't exist yet and know that they are on there way. That sometimes calls us to live fearlessly and trust that all things are possible. So I have written down nine ideas, you can live from the end of your vision every day.

  • Infinite patience produces results.
  • Never allow the outside noise of people around you into your imagination.
  • Make time every day to see and feel the vision completed.
  • Communicate that vision to everyone in the company every day.
  • Ignore anything that is not in alignment with the vision.
  • Every night in the last 5 minutes before you sleep, fill your subconscious with thoughts of the vision completed.
  • Know that the right people, the right help and whatever else is required to complete the vision is on its way.
  • Being positive about your vision is not enough.  Be yourself, be real and know that your vision is part of your bigger purpose.
  • Every day ask yourself what does it feel like to have completed the vision.
  • By practising some of the above ideas you will retrain your subconscious mind and leave a lasting legacy in the world.