The world has enough lemmings and Luddites, what we need are more leaders.
You’ve seen the memes, lemmings in a horde, following each other blindly, and falling to their deaths over a cliff.
But Luddites are even worse.
Luddites were a group of 19th-century textile workers who saw machinery as a threat to their livelihood and destroyed factories to prevent the loss of jobs.
They were right.
The machinery absolutely was a threat to their jobs but you can’t stop progress, no matter how much you wish for it.
You either adapt or be left behind.
And you don’t destroy other people’s work to protect your own. That’s wrong.
So what to do instead?
What choices do you have?
The only choice left is to be a leader.
Are you up to the task?
What will it take for you to live a life of passion, service, and purpose; and help others to do the same?
What do you want out of life?
You know your life was meant for more!
But sometimes, you feel lost, overwhelmed, and discouraged.
You want more but it feels like everything you do, no matter how hard you try, isn’t getting you any closer to your goals.
It can drive you crazy!
I felt the same way.
But luckily, I found leaders and teachers, who didn’t want followers and students; they wanted to help groom the next generation of leaders.
They gave me the help, tools, and principles of personal leadership.
And with those skills and tools, they catapulted me in business with professional leadership.
What do you want?
It all starts from there.
Living a Life of Leadership
In our social media saturated world, people want to attract followers, shares, and likes; thinking that will make them leaders.
Unfortunately, for most of them, they’re putting the cart before the horse.
Leadership comes first from learning to lead yourself, personal leadership.
- learning who you are and what you are about
- knowing what you stand for and won’t put up with
- setting, communicating, and holding healthy boundaries
- putting yourself on a life-long path of growth, learning, and success
Once you’ve at least built some success, if not mastery, in personal leadership, then you are ready to embark on the paths of professional and public leadership.
They each require different skillsets and like my teacher told me, “What got you here, won’t get you there.”
You will need to learn step-by-step over time and with much diligence.
And I can help with that.
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