Food For Thought Friday

πŸ’‘ What size is your leadership (S, M, L, XL, or One Size Fits All)?

πŸ’‘ Think critically about what you see, hear, and witness.

πŸ’‘ Who and what do you gravitate to? Why?

πŸ’‘ Character is revealed when pressure is applied.

πŸ’‘ Many imagine. Few execute.

πŸ’‘ What you β€œdon’t want” and β€œdon’t like” is not a meaningful contribution.

πŸ’‘ Gratitude is an attitude and a powerful influence over behavior.

πŸ’‘ Who can tell your story better than you?

πŸ’‘ Your response defines who you really are in other people’s eyes.

πŸ’‘ Consistency beats intensity.

Food For Thought Friday

πŸ’‘ Any fool can make something complex. It takes skill to make things simple.

πŸ’‘ Everyone has power. Many often let it go to waste.

πŸ’‘ What happens to them if they listen to you?

πŸ’‘ Getting to the next level may be about subtraction, not addition.

πŸ’‘ Sometimes, the best advice is advice you don’t think you need.

πŸ’‘ A person with priorities does what matters. A person without priorities does what is urgent.

πŸ’‘ Things won’t change until you change.

πŸ’‘ Want to help yourself? Help others.

πŸ’‘ Want to make money? Give value.

πŸ’‘ Want to find an idea? Look for a problem.

Food For Thought Friday

πŸ’‘ Lead with conviction. Respect is more important than always being liked.

πŸ’‘ Getting out of your perspective is the key to seeing things.

πŸ’‘ Make inspiring confidence in your team a priority.

πŸ’‘ When you see team members praising each other, you know your team will be successful.

πŸ’‘ How you think is everything.

πŸ’‘ Is your will stronger than your skill?

πŸ’‘ Lack of forgiveness always impacts you more than others.

πŸ’‘ Forget the excuses and take action.

πŸ’‘ Appreciate the differences, and your team will be more creative and productive.

πŸ’‘ Think of happiness as a way to travel, not as a goal to be reached.

Food For Thought Friday

πŸ’‘ Focus on making it part of the culture.

πŸ’‘ If you put forth the effort, help always appears.

πŸ’‘ Is coaching an integral part of your leadership style?

πŸ’‘ Schedule time on your calendar weekly to understand what’s on your plate and where your focus should be.

πŸ’‘ What do your actions speak?

πŸ’‘ Observe the number of β€œI’s” and β€œWe’s” in team conversations.

πŸ’‘ Look for people who love what they do.

πŸ’‘ Think β€œpeople” first, always.

πŸ’‘ Get comfortable making decisions.

πŸ’‘ Focus the team on the outcome, not just the activities.