3 Qualities Of Great Leaders
Him, Her, Them
If you want to be a great leader, you need to possess three key qualities. First, you must be other-focused. This means that your primary focus is on the good of the team, not yourself. Second, you must be altruistic. You must be willing and able to put the needs of others before your own. Finally, you must care more about the highest good of the team than about your own good. If you can embody these three qualities, then you will be a great leader!
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Why Leaders Invest In People
Reaching someone's highest potential for the greatest good of the team
Good leaders understand that investing in their people is a smart decision. Leaders know that without people around them, they would not go very far by themselves alone. That is why investing in people is so important to leadership. When you invest in someone, you are giving them the opportunity to reach their potential and become something great. You are also showing them that you believe in them and have faith in their abi…
Failure: The Key to Success
How Do Great Leaders Approach Failure To Succeed?
Failure is not falling down or sitting down, everyone tumbles once in a while or needs a rest, failure is staying down when you could have bounced back up.
The first step to success is acknowledging that you failed, sitting down a couple of hours is one thing that every great leader does from time to time, but staying down means that you give up and you accept your fate as a loser. The worst part of staying down is that not only do you accept t…
VICT... which end will you choose?
"There is a fine line between victim and victory. It's is just a couple of letters, and you choose." -- Sascha Gorokhoff
There is a fine line between victim and victory, but it is so close:
VICT... which end of the word will you choose?
Do you consider yourself a survivor - barely making it, still alive when told dead - or victorious over life obstacles and traumas?
Do you choose to see LIFE when others see death for you?
Do you choose to see LIGHT when others see the darkness of the starle…
Dealing With Stupid People
How to Deal with Stupid People Without Losing Your Sanity As A Great Leader
It's inevitable that you'll encounter stupid people during your career. No matter what industry you're in, or how good of a leader you are, you will come across someone who is challenging to work with. It's important to remember that these people are probably having a bad day, and they aren't always acting the way they are supposed to.
Mindful, compassionate, and empathetic leaders know how to deal with stupid people i…
A Balanced Life
A Balanced Life
The Secret To Become A Great Leader
To be a successful leader, balance is key. Leaders cannot give all of themselves to their work and neglect their personal lives – that would lead to burnout and failure. Equally, they cannot focus exclusively on their personal lives and ignore their responsibilities at work. Achieving balance is not always easy, but it is worth it in the long run. In this blog post, we will discuss the importance of balance for leaders and offer tips on how t…
How Leaders Foster Success
Creating A Fulfilling Environment Conducive To Great Results
Leaders do their utmost to create an environment that is fulfilling and conducive to great results for most team members. — Sascha Gorokhoff
Great leaders tirelessly and constantly apply themselves to create a fulfilling environment for their team members. They know that a conducive to success atmosphere is necessary for the team to reach its highest potential.
Great leaders strive to put the highest good of all (or most) team membe…
Mindfulness: The Real Meaning From A Leadership Perspective
Mindfulness is a hot topic these days. But what does mindfulness really mean? Many people think of mindfulness as simply being aware of the present moment, but there is so much more to it than that. In this blog post, we will explore the real meaning of mindfulness and discuss how leaders can use it to become better people-focused thinkers.
What is mindfulness?
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The Importance Of Introspection
The Path To Self-Leadership Before Leading Others
Leaders very frequently engage in introspection because they know that in order to be great leaders they must first have a great understanding of themselves.
Introspection is the practice of looking within oneself. Leaders very frequently engage in introspection because they know that in order to be great leaders they must first have a great understanding of themselves. This allows them to develop empathy and compassion for others, as well a…
Which Path To Choose?
Leaders know that taking the shortcut may undermine quality. This is why they carefully weigh whether the shortcut is the overall best solution or if the long way is a better path to follow.
Sometimes the shortcut is the better path because it leads to increased efficiency. Other times, taking a long way is better because it builds character or strengthens relationships. It's not always easy to know which path is best, but that's why leaders are careful and thoughtful in their decision-making p…