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5 Lessons in Great Leadership

EntrepreneurCountry Global Thursday, 20 December 2012.

5 Lessons in Great Leadership

Simple lessons are easily overlooked as we often search for the next big thing, the struggle or to be and do what others seem to be doing.

And yet there are some basic lessons to learn which are simple to embrace. Because after all why make life difficult?

Have an Identity

    Know who you are and what you stand for.
    Have a purpose that serves a higher intent
    Be who you truly are and don’t be a slave to who others think you ought to be

Show Passion

    Do stuff you enjoy – most of the time
    Be genuinely enthusiastic
    Find ways to inspire and engage others with their passion

Demonstrate Perseverance

    Commit to action
    Commit to learning when things don’t go as expected
    Commit to being confident when change is needed and making the tough choices

Be Generous

    Show others respect for who they are –not for who you think they should be
    Offer support from the heart and don’t try to “fix” people
    Give time, energy, love and advice just because you can

Build Your Network

    It’s more fun to do stuff with others so connect with new people every day
    Find ways to help people everyday and show appreciation for the help you get – givers gain!
    Share, communicate, share, communicate and repeat

Leadership is not hard.

Leadership is a choice.

Leadership is what the world needs at every level of our society.

Step up and embrace these simple lessons and see how you can make your difference in the world.

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