Many people feel that they always have to be right. What's more, they also have a need to prove that others are wrong. So what's the reason for this 'I’m right, you’re wrong' dynamic? And what would happen if we let go of it?
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” - Aristotle **Creativity Update: I'm holed up in Lake Tahoe all week putting the finishing touches on our upcoming How to Connect with Anyone course - so I'm taking a quick breather to get this out to you! For those of you not a part of our pre-launch Insider's Team, you can still join us and get early access at a nicely discounted price, plus the special report on The 7 Pillars of Connecting with Anyone. The course will only be available to the first 150 people, and our Insider's Team will get first dibs (before it's announced on LYL next month). You can join us by entering your email on this page. Given the upcoming launch, I wanted to share some content from one of our modules. Enjoy! Habits Create Results. Over the years of my deep study and fascination with people and social dynamics, I've noticed that the world's best connectors do things in a pretty similar way. We all know the people who meet
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Great leaders are great connectors and connecting is a habit. Check out these great connection habits in this article. #leadonpurpose
Happiness is good for business and leadership behavior is what sets organizational mood. And nowhere is that more important than with front-line employees, who are possibly your organization’s biggest competitive advantage.
It can be exhausting to feel that you are dragging your people behind you as if they were dead weight. Their lack of enthusiasm or the fact that they are unwilling to make a sincere effort to move in the direction you’ve identified as important may be a danger sign you need to address.
It is no fun to catch yourself nagging your people to do what you need them to in order for team expectations to be met. Leadership should be a process of encouraging and supporting your people and supporting their growth and efforts.