John Maxwell acknowledged international recognition as a leader and instructor once said: "Leadership is not something you do, that's something you are." He was well aware that the majority of thinking leadership is an "action only" word – which means leadership is just act as a leader. True leadership is not just an action. It is a state of being; or for most, conditions become. The basic thing is to connect one moment in time to another. For the developer, to understand that if they focus on getting better, in just a couple of hours a day, then the leader that they are not the leader they become.
Often the leaders of organizations or companies feel that they are so heavily involved in their daily operations that they have no time available to improve their personal leadership. The key here is that they "tolerate" the burden. When you think their plan is so packed that they do not have time to improve themselves, they automatically allow self-limiting beliefs to control them. Since their lives, like yours and me, are moments of time related to other moments of time, their limiting beliefs appear as external behaviors. Now here's a sad part. When limiting faith becomes external behavior, it will be used if it is allowed to continue inactive. So in a tight format, restrictive beliefs cause personal development to die in their laws.
What do we need to do to prevent our attitude from taking control of our leadership development?
Step 1. Ask this question, "Why do I think XYZ be true?" Using "no time" as a limiting religion, the question was: "Why do I think I do not have time to do what I know must do?" Justification will probably include temporary work, separated by steps for meals and breaks. (This is sometimes linked to a temporary item again.) If you look at the map by expanding the map, you can find busy things – an instant, if you want, that can be used to improve yourself.
Step 2. Identify conflicting facts. Now that you have documents that require your religious's limitation, your mind will automatically begin to define a moment that could have been used to improve oneself. Unconsciously, you have modified restrictions in unlimited possibilities. Incredibly, when you find a few minutes to invest, you will find a timekeeper instead of the moment at the moment for the period.
Step 3. Ask the question again. Take your new boundless possibilities and transform it into unlimited faith. Ask yourself, "Why do I think XYZ be true?" But this time, it changes positively by removing the word "no" from the original question. "Why do I think I have time to do what I know must do?" Reason will once again take a step, but this time once occupied time zones will be filled with items stimulated for leadership development.
Step 4. Be on the right track – correct the course. A new time map changes your routine. You will be forced to find ways to stay on target. Put the new plan in an area where you will be forced to see it a few times a day. Set timecoms on your mobile phone and remind you of your plans. Both visual and hearing technology encourages your subconscious mind when you accept your new routine. When the program says study, do it, do not delay. The change is uncomfortable. If you get lost, please correct immediately. Compliance with your time map will retrain your subconscious program. The more you look at the new card, the faster the god evaporates.
Strong leaders thrive on vision and faith. They understand that people have value and their value is confirmed by the times invested in them. Leaders, almost unconsciously, know and eliminate restrictive attitudes before they become external behaviors. They can do the smallest moment in time maker. They admit they will never be the best without getting the best. They apply reverse forrest gump principle – leadership is like leadership.
Leaders are just leaders.