Effective delegation is more about your ability to serve than your team’s ability to work. When you serve well, your team will perform well.
Authority makes us lazy. We choose to rely on our power instead of spending time and energy teaching, educating, and casting a vision for a better reality and a better future.
It breaks my heart when people don’t realize how much potential they have to improve their lives, to influence their situations positively, that it can always get better.
You have been doing pretty well. You are on the right track — good job.
Maybe today feels different. Today, doing the right thing feels like a chore. You don’t feel like doing it.
Who succeeds and who doesn’t. Angela argues it’s not the most capable, the smartest, most athletic, most connected, that accomplish their goals, but the ones who don’t give up. She calls this grit.
Build toolkit of planned responses. When the situation comes up, you will be less emotional and less overwhelmed because you have already encountered the situation and decided your response.
In life, we can spend our energy protecting the past, holding on to everything we have acquired, or we can focus on going forward. I resolve to be grateful for the past and then release it.
Be vividly clear and descriptive, so detailed you can feel it right now. Keep this close to you, read it every day.
“Happy New Year!” the entire house exclaimed. I loved energy, the positivity, the happiness, the optimism. Everyone hugged each other and exchanged blessings and well wishes.
…like any hard workout, I am glad I finished it. I am grateful for the experience because I am now stronger, more capable, and more motivated to keep going than I have felt before.