It seems that everyone I meet or talk to is busy…busier than ever before. The problem is that being busy can become intoxicating. It can even get to the point where you begin to mistake busyness for significance or productivity.
That’s an easy, but huge mistake.
In today’s video I give you 3 tools to equip you to live a life of impact, meaning and purpose..
We are all in the process of creating a legacy. The only question is what kind of legacy will you leave behind.
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That sounds good doesn’t it? It’s hard to live a life with no regrets, but we can certainly live in ways that significantly reduce the number.
In today’s video I talk about one key to coming to the end of your life with fewer regrets.
A lot of us don’t think about the end. That’s why Stephen Covey challenged us to start with the end in mind. So, here’s one thing to start with in your thinking.
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Whether you’re a top level executive at a global company or the owner of a small business, if you’ve been successful in the early years of your career, you likely did it the same way. You were extremely good at what you did.
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You had (and may still possess) a strong technical ability in some area.
I have a client who was a great roofer. I have another client who was great at fixing computers and setting up networks. I have yet another client who was an outstanding estimator and project manager. And because of these qualities their companies grew. I’ve experienced the same thing in building my business.
But at some point, your greatness hits a wall. You’re only one person and you can only do so much. It’s called capacity. One person can only produce so much work in 40-50 hours, no matter how good they are and no matter what efficiencies they may gain.
Oh I guess you could work 60-80 hours per week. That would increase your capacity…or would it? At some point a person reaches the place of diminishing returns, not to mention the need for some level of work-life balance.
After all that, let’s face it; being a great leader is not determined by how much work you produce. It comes from something else entirely.
So, what makes a leader great? There are two things.