Great leadership always comes down to actions. However, those activities are often a follow-up to spoken words or potent thoughts.
Here is the best part: there is one person whose words and thoughts you control, and that’s yourself. In my work coaching and developing leaders and the countless hours spent playing golf with people at all different skill levels, the words people speak to themselves and the negative thoughts that they allow in their minds are abominable. Powerless words and negative thoughts crush one’s ability to lead effectively or perform consistently.
Powerless words and negative thoughts crush your ability to lead effectively or perform consistently.Sound Like a Leader
More than one personality type can lead successfully. Some great leaders are introverts, and some great leaders are extroverts. Some of the best leaders have been exceptional speakers, while others have had trouble speaking in front of people. However, some familiar sounds emerge regardless of one’s leadership style.