Thoughts Become Things

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Leaders know how important their thoughts are. They understand that their thoughts have the power to create something in this world.

Leaders know that they can have a huge impact on the people around them. They also know that their own thoughts are important, but they also understand that other people’s thoughts can have just as big of an impact on them.


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Crisis: Good or Bad?

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Leaders know that a crisis can be viewed and interpreted as being bad or as being an opportunity to optimize, grow, and improve. Great leaders choose to view it as the latter.

The way a leader interprets a crisis will determine the outcome of the situation. For example, if they believe that it is an opportunity to grow and improve, they will change their perspective on it. They will see opportunities in the crisis instead of catastrophes.

The choice of perspective is a key factor in how they v…

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Education: Investment Or Cost?

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Leaders know that continuous learning is an investment in themselves and in the environment they are impacting, not a cost or an expense.

The world of business is changing at a rapid pace. This includes the way we work, the skills we need to develop, and how we think about our careers. Leaders understand that to be successful, they have to stay ahead of this change. They have to keep learning, growing, and developing new skillsets so they can adapt to the ever-changing world around them.

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Keep Uncertainty In Check

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Incremental changes are a powerful way to make improvements. Leaders know that by making these incremental changes they are keeping uncertainty in check which allows everyone to thrive.

Kaizen is a Japanese word meaning “change for the better”. The idea behind kaizen is to focus on small, incremental improvements rather than drastic change.

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Incremental Change

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Leaders know that incremental changes are often better than revolutionary changes as it is easier for people to adapt and grow in increments.

Incremental changes are often better than revolutionary changes.

The Kaizen method is a Japanese philosophy of management. It is based on the idea that small, incremental changes will lead to more significant improvements over time. The process of change management can be broken down into two parts: determining what the change should be and implementing …

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Conscious Leadership

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Leaders consistently question the way things are done, not to mindlessly change them, but to consciously improve on them for every stakeholder.

Leaders are the people who are not afraid to question the way things are done and to improve them. They don't blindly change things, but consciously improve them.

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Why Time Out

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Leaders take time out of their days not only to reflect on themselves and how they can better themselves but also on how they can better the work environment and the processes to make everyone else better as well.

In the past, people would take time out of their day to reflect on themselves and how they can better themselves. However, in today's society, we're so busy that these same people often neglect to think about the greatest good of all concerned. Successful leaders take time out of their …

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