Think Daily for Businesspeople Messages
Our problem is we think we aren’t supposed to have problems. It’s all problems. One damn thing after another.
A mature leader doesn’t processes these issues as “problems” and take them emotionally. They have their internal gyroscope to keep them steady day in and day out as challenges come up. To them, these “problems” are just “leadership work”; what the leader is here for.
- And that is what you are here for. Right?
Your business is a canvas. It’s blank at first, then you add color and dimension and character.
If you stand back and see what you’ve created, you can decide to paint over any part at anytime with a different color or shade or shape.
It’s not done until you say it’s done.
Do you see that you hold the palette and the brush?
Do you have a talent for your business, and the part you play in it right now? Do you love it?
If the answer is yes to both, you’ll do really well in it and it doesn’t seem like work to you.
If the answer is no to either, what do you love to do? Can you change the role you play (your job) to one you are talented in?
Today, economic value is created through intellectual capital – what you know. It’s not just book smarts, it’s experience and breadth of what you know and understanding how the fields of information fit together in creating value.
There are those who have a hunger and curiosity for learning from study and experience (specifically the right things to create value), and those that stopped learning when they were handed their high school or college diploma.
Which are you?
They don’t teach it in schools or colleges, but it’s the most important part of leadership.
If you want to get people to work for you, work well together, get experience, stay as they get better, and build something that will last, you need to be good with people. Employees, customers, the public, and strangers.
Are you good at “People Dynamics”?