Choose To Lead?
1. I can influence and affect the quality of my work, life and family.
2. My personal initiative is almost always rewarded, either through
recognition from others, self-satisfaction of doing my best, or
through the experience I gained.
3. It is in my own best interest to obtain the direction and/or
support I need to get the job done.
4. Most people want to and are willing to help me learn a new skill
or achieve a goal.
5. I stay ahead of the curve by taking the initiative to identify and
challenge my own assumed constraints.
6. I create the conditions for my success when I take ownership for
my responsibilities and actions.
7. I am accountable for my work, effort, and outcomes, thus helping
to eliminate a victim mentality and culture of entitlement that
serve no one, least of all me.
8. The personal and professional rewards of responding to challenges
through the insights, skills, and actions of the self leader are
worth the effort.
9. My choice to leader feeds my my work and life purpose, enables me to act on my values, and achieve my aspirations.
10. Change is inevitable; growth is optional—it is up to me to be the
change I want to see in the world.
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