You are the most difficult person you will ever lead.
Lead Your Life. People talk about leading other people all the time, but we forget that the person who is hardest- and most important- to lead is ourselves. When we can lead ourselves well, everything else falls into place. We’re not bent on convincing, compelling or controlling others, aren’t beaten down by circumstances or worries, and we don’t spend time or energy on things that don’t ultimately matter.
When we practice self-leadership, we operate according to an integrated perspective of our whole life working together through the power of our choices and decisions. We move with purpose and intention, resolved to take responsibility for our own journey. Our focus and commitment are evident in every step we take.
Learn More. Each of the four sections below explain a different approach to developing self-leadership, based on where you are in your life. Whatever your age or life stage, the tools of self-leadership can take you forward into a new satisfying future.
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