Success leaders are subject to high performance and actions. As a leader, people are much less forgiving when you fail to achieve good results. One of the things you need to ask yourself is if you truly believe what you are doing as a leader. If you do not have strong opinions and convictions about what you are doing, you will find it very difficult to succeed.
Strong beliefs and convictions are the backbone of leadership success. Without these things, not only will you be lousy in your life, but you will not achieve the greatest possible results for you. James Freeman Clarke once said: "All strength and power of man comes from his faith in invisible things." Believer is strong. "One who is doubtful is strong. Strong convictions are great actions."
If you enjoy what you are doing as a leader but have not been successful as much as you know you should, check your faith and convictions of what you are doing. Your success as a leader could be as simple as just finding very strong belief in what you are doing.
However, if you find that you do not believe what you are doing and your convictions lead you in a different direction than what you are doing then start to figure out what that's what you can put strong faith in. Once you've found it, start taking the necessary steps to remove yourself from your current leadership to one that suits your beliefs and convictions . This may take some time depending on how much you are involved as a leader, but whatever you do, do not hurt your honesty or character by starting so fast that you let people hang.