Happy Mother's Day! The joys of motherhood are certainly not without the sleepless nights, worries, and all the hard work. Thank you to my amazing mom and to all the mothers who lovingly care for their children. Thank you to my beautiful daughters who are the reason I enjoy being a mother so much!
Humility is the Cornerstone of a Servant Leadership! The most successful, respected, and trusted leaders are the ones who recognize that the power of their success is in the people and relationships they cultivate. As Rick Warren asserted, "Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it is thinking of yourself less."
• put their people's interests first,
• motivate them by connecting and understanding them,
• empower and enlarge them by speaking faith into their lives,
• raise the bar for them to reach their God-given potential.
Whose life can you transform today by putting their interests first and serving them without expecting anything in return?
Leadership is WHO YOU ARE not what you do! As Napoleon Bonaparte asserted: "A leader is a dealer in hope." But you can not spread and plant hope for others if you don't love, care for and put your people's interests first. Leaders value people and intentionally add value to people - it is who they are, both in personal and professional lives! I challenge you to ask yourself - do I value my people and how do I show them how much?
Plant seeds of greatness in others by speaking words of life to them and about them!
Words are the outward expression of our minds and our hearts and they carry more weight than we can ever imagine – especially when they come from people we love, admire, respect, and look up to! So as a leader (in business, at home, or everywhere you interact) remember to choose your words wisely. Remember to recognize, validate, appreciate, and elevate with your words to raise the bar for everyone you interact with! Remember to express respect and love before you ask for your people to do anything for you! As John C. Maxwell said, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
Such an honor to be one of the contributors to the Forbes Coaches Council Expert Panel. Feeling stuck is a feeling that everyone experiences at least one time in their career. Professionals invest so much time and money developing their skills and expertise, but very little time to stop and reflect on the rewards and satisfaction they get from their profession. This introspection is a critical element in both preventing and overcoming the dissatisfaction that comes from feeling stuck. The power is in asking yourself profound questions and being brutally honest with yourself. Check out these 12 most helpful questions to ask yourself:
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