It’s almost the end of the week…
How do you feel?
…or completely drained?
Now consider how you normally end your workweek.
How would you like to feel instead?
When was the last time you felt inspired at work?
Do you just “get through” each day, only to start again the next morning?
Do the demands of your workday take all your time, energy, and focus away from your true passions and priorities?
As I coach clients and train teams around the world, I constantly witness a significant change in how we live and lead. The old standards no longer apply to how we live and work.
Too many leaders and their teams are frustrated rather than motivated; they’re exhausted rather than energized; they feel apathetic rather than inspired. Something has to change.
We’re at a crucial time in history where leadership is redefined on a daily basis.
For today’s global leaders, it’s no longer enough to simply have outstanding performance, larger paychecks, and the corner office. These cutting-edge individuals look to connect a deeper sense of purpose to their work and feel more energized throughout their day.
It’s time to embrace this wholehearted leadership revolution where success is based on fulfillment, not retirement. People don’t strive to achieve better results and gain more recognition alone. This new leadership paradigm focuses on leaders living and leading others using a greater underlying purpose to their actions. They do this through the development of a true character based on their core values.
People are hungry for a new kind of leadership that fits their lifestyle and allows them to integrate their most important priorities with their work, instead of around it. They crave a life that is driven by their values, rather than the bottom line.
Forget top-down hierarchy.
It’s time to lead from the inside out!
To join this leadership revolution, here are Six Rules for Leading With Intention I created to help you practice this kind of intentional, inside-out leadership.
1. Live With Integrity
2. Make Intentional Choices
3. Get Uncomfortable Often
4. Detach From Outcomes
5. Stand In Your Power
6. Create a Daily Legacy
Over the next six weeks, I’ll share more about each of these rules and give you a related challenge to apply to your own life. Think of this as “spring cleaning” for your leadership development!
As you dive deeper and start to practice wholehearted leadership, I’d love to hear about your experiences and success stories! Send me an email here!
For more graphic inspiration, check out my Six Rules for Leading With Intention Pinterest Board and help spread the word to start this leadership revolution! Talk about it with the hashtag #SixRulesLWI on Twitter. I’ll look for it!
Create a great day,