The most meaningful purpose in life is to be helpful. No leader does anything remarkable alone. Be somebody who makes everybody feel like somebody. Know your presence can help people feel more empowered and less alone. Displaying vulnerability will always be one of your most courageous leadership traits. Failed leaders tend to have only themselves to blame. The best leaders excel at ego management.
Remember, before you can lead others you must lead yourself. Change starts first with you. Nothing meaningful comes free. We will not excel by remaining the same. Never allow your self-worth to be determined by other people's approval. Be your own advocate. The more you love and accept who you are, the less you will seek external validation and approval.
The outstanding leaders and coaches must fall in love with the problem and not the solution. We are presented with unique opportunities every day to explore and discover the outer depths of who you are. But we must find time to disconnect and look up from our devices to appreciate and seize them. Never forget hard work is not a strategy. Goals are lovely to have, but habits and systems are what makes those aspirations become a reality. Strategic visioning is having a clear image of what you want to achieve, which then organizes and instructs every step toward that goal.
On your self-discovery journey, you must spend a significant part of your days listening and learning. Be a truth seeker. Your truth must be lived in the here and now. Listen more with your heart, and talk less with your mouth. Look around and see what is not happening and imagine what could. We all can be the change, it starts within and transmits out!