When we think about leaders, we think about titles like CEO, CFO, and President. But leadership isn’t about titles, it’s not about hierarchy and it isn’t something that somebody gives you. It’s about taking care of ourselves so that we can take care of others and being willing to step up in our lives.
Brené Brown defines a leader as anyone who takes responsibility for finding the potential in people and processes and has the courage to develop that potential. It’s somebody who is willing to step up, be courageous, and live life on their own terms.
I see a lot of resistance to the term leader in my work. My clients say to me “But Koren, I’m not a leader.” But, my friends, we’re all leaders, and learning to accept and acknowledge this will enable you to develop your own potential and transform your entire life.
I invite you to look at your own life. Where are you a leader? In what arena are you willing to step up? By living your life proactively instead of reactively, you will transform and evolve and realize that you are already the leader of your life. I encourage you to receive it and embrace it.
Join me this week and discover why being a leader requires courage, and the transformations that can happen when you start believing you are a leader. Great leaders are brave and willing to step up, and I’m showing you exactly how to do that this week.
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- Why there is so much resistance to the word ‘leader’.
- How to be willing to step up and be courageous.
- The area of life we tend to lack the most leadership.
- How to develop your own potential.
- Some important components to being a leader.
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