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Let’s Discuss Physical Performance

As life gets busy with goals and projects, we tend to maximize the time we dedicate to them and more often than not, we leave certain things sitting in the back burner. I’ve personally experienced seasons at work in which between the workload and hectic business travel, I don’t pay attention to hydrating well or getting enough sleep. Sometimes my meals consist of the closest fast food restaurant Uber eats can supply or even in some occasions, just a vending machine on the go.

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Hobbies + Daydreaming = Fueled Creativity

As leaders we are always creating something. We create opportunities, we create a vision, we create solutions and creativity is a requirement for high performance and dedicating time to enjoy our hobbies, allows for that creativity to flow freely.

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Learning How to Get Out of Our Own Way

Doing the hard things, the ones that make us uncomfortable, will become second nature once we learn to act – leaders are first movers. Instead of overthinking and anticipating everything that could go wrong, focus on all that can go great while keeping a realistic but positive approach. Remember that self-believe comes first. How can we expect others to believe in us, if we second-guess our every move?

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The Importance of Filling Up Our Cup

An analogy I love using when illustrating this point is that same as before take-off the flight attendant, during the safety briefing, explains the use of the oxygen mask in case of depressurization of the cabin, we must put our mask on first, before we can attempt to help others put on theirs.

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Leadership Starts with Self-Leadership

Our continuous growth, will support our efforts to support the growth of our people, these two, are intrinsically linked. This is not solely linked to the marketplace, but it applies to our family and friends as well. And growth my friend, has to be intentional, it doesn’t happen by accident. It takes planning, it takes time, and it take consistency, it takes sacrifice, but the results will be worth it!

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Action Always Comes Before Motivation

We tend to romanticize the idea of having all our ducks in a row before getting started, but what happens in this case is that more often than not, procrastination kicks in, and if you tend to be on the perfectionist side, forget it, the wheels will keep on turning, yet nothing of value will truly get accomplished. The doer of deeds is the one getting the work done. Walk the talk, don’t forget that talk is cheap!

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Intentional Growth

What I’ve learned so far though is that the secret to getting anything accomplished is to get started. Creating is hard and putting our thoughts and experiences out there for the world to see and read and most probably criticize, makes us extremely vulnerable, but without vulnerability and the courage to face criticism, nothing authentic can ever be created.

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The Aspiring Leader

Leaders must be humble and becoming a leader in the pursuit of monetary compensation, will ALWAYS make you fall short and feel inadequate. Leadership is labor of love, but it requires that the leaders equip themselves with the necessary tools to bring others along the ride and help them grow and succeed. Moreover, as leaders such growth has to be intentional. Growth doesn’t just happen, it’s premeditated, it takes investment, it takes sacrifice.

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5 Tips for Holding Effective Meetings

A fail-safe way of conducting a meeting is proper preparation, and in order to properly prepare for a meeting, I recommend the following sequence in order to ensure we are maximizing people’s time and effort adequately. Remember, time is the most precious asset we have, and one we can never get back!

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