One of the most important skills for anyone, with ANY kind of influence, lies in their leadership.

And, to be honest, it doesn’t even matter if you have the “leader” title! You can be a leader in your family. You can be a leader in your school classroom. And especially in your office, you can be a leader… even if you aren’t the boss! It’s not your position determining your level of leadership, it’s how you choose to lead – in whatever position you hold.

You need to adopt an ownership mindset – that determines a TRUE leader! Whatever your role, it’s your team, your family, your class or your company. You should take pride in the results! Make the success of your team the most important part of your job.

Part of creating this frame-of-mind involves becoming an advocate for your team. Every person, in the company where you work, has a different job description or role, but you are ALL working toward the same goals.

I want to encourage you today to set the tone within your organization or team. Maybe you’ve made judgments about your coworkers or leaders, but you need to shift your focus. Instead of following the culture of your office or workplace, step-up and create a NEW culture. Become an advocate. Begin to lead the people around you – by example!

Spread a new mindset in your company… where your team edifies others and works with diligence. Remember, you don’t have control over how others act, but you do have control over your own actions and mindset. People in your circle of influence, including those in charge of promotions, hiring and bonuses, WILL take note of it!

I can’t wait to hear how you put this into practice, starting today! So, please leave me your comments below!

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In great faith,

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