It’s not just about what we do in the world when it comes to leadership; it’s also about who we are. Take a minute to consider whether it is possible to divorce one’s identity from the roles we play. I don’t believe so.
It’s important to have a solid understanding of who you are as a person and how to use that knowledge to your advantage as a leader.
By leader, I mean leading yourself, leading your team, leading your church group, leading your children by example, leading your family, leading your community – we are all leaders in life – although we may not have a specific ‘leader’ title.
So even if you don’t consider yourself a leader, you are. How will you choose to lead?
Identify your core values. How well does your life align to these values? Make the changes (often uncomfortable ones) to align to these values.
Identify your purpose. What are you alive for? Why are you here? How driven are you by your purpose? Make the changes (often uncomfortable ones) to align to your purpose.
Being in conversations that matter, matters. These are the conversations I have with my clients in my 1:1 coaching, my groups, and the amazing and wonderful Women’s Group.
This life changing conversation matters. Value and purpose driven women make shit happen.
They enjoy what they have created. They create from desire vs trying to fix a problem.