Beginnings, turning corners, accomplishing
Monday December 2, 2019
How often do we stop and assess what we have accomplished? Do we ever rest, and say “it is finished”? Do we view our art with a feeling of satisfaction? As leaders, we deserve to, and desire to enjoy our own growth. As leaders, great excitement lies in the small victories, as well as the big wins.
Leaders seek to achieve results. Within the journey of taking the goals from a dream to a manifestation, we learn a multitude of other things. Some of those lessons are noticed, and some are not. Keeping eyes on the prize requires a measure of flexibility, adaptability, and fortitude. The challenges of that which we seek to achieve has leaders like us flexing new muscles, as we navigate unknown waters. Among these challenges are the issues that we must learn to look at anew. Leaders are also often called to adopt a new style, or to step outside of ego-driven behaviours. The discovery of that which may remain, and that which must fall away are critical skills for all leaders.
Keyword for today: transcend