I've worked with leaders who think they're a good leader but have minimal results, or growth. Most are actually shutting down ideas from the people around them. This usually happens when they’ve disconnected from the original intention of what or whom they are leading in many cases.
They often become stubborn and rigid, or they might be doing things because they’re feeling like their employees, or even their kids don't care anymore. It’s usually because they’re disconnected from their own fulfillment, and it’s being mirrored back to them.
When a leader is no longer experiencing fulfilled within their heart, those who follow or aspire can also experience the same.
If you are no longer feeling fulfilled, happy, or challenging yourself to grow in positive and meaningful ways, life has less meaning, and your business and life loses its meaning and drive.
Everyone’s the Leader of their own Life!
Where are you leading yourself towards? How are...
Great leadership requires vulnerability – the willingness to break through the status quo and expectations to move boldly into new territory. This new territory is our future, and it must be taken through an authentic, soul-centered position to help our communities, clients, students, and families rise into their greatest potential. The way of our future is together, valued, and united.
The topic of vulnerability came to the forefront of my mind today because a shaman who has invited me to a personal sweat lodge ceremony next week asked what my thoughts or feelings were about this sacred rite. I told him, vulnerability. At first, he assumed I was fearful of the state of vulnerability, because most people are afraid. But I corrected him, by explaining my belief from my own experience.
I told him that to be vulnerable is to be in a position of strength, not weakness, when we are aligned with our Soul. When we are in alignment with our Soul, or our Soul-Centered Purpose, we are...