TopicPersistence and Right Action - A Simple Recipe For Success

  • Sat 23rd Sep 2017 - 5:17am

    Becoming a successful leader sounds easy enough but it is not that simple. Being The Manifestation Millionaire Review successful in anything requires a lot of hard work and patience. It has been said time and time again that great leaders are made and not born, while this holds true there is no denying that some people are born with natural leadership skills. Don't fret; even if you are not born with exceptional leadership skills, there are ways to becoming a great leader if you are willing to work hard on it.

    Although it may come easily for some people, leadership skills are acquired through years of practice and enthusiasm. You need the right attitude to be able to lead other people. Leadership does not mean you need to strike fear into the hearts of your subordinates, there is a fine line between fear and respect and respect is definitely better than fear. Being a leader is not about bossing your subordinates around and just ordering things to do, being a leader is about how you execute what you know and what you need to get done without having to exude arrogance, being a leader means encouraging your subordinates toward an organized goal.Recognize your subordinate's skills - As a leader, you should be objective and when a subordinate exceeds your expectations of him, you should recognize it and let them know that they are doing a good job. Positive motivation is the best motivation of all, and your subordinates will be happier, which will reflect how much of a good leader you are."Win at all costs." "Winning's not the only thing." "It's not whether you win or lose but how you play the game." We've all heard these. They've been around for a long time. So how to you get from winning at all costs to winning is not the only thing? Which is right? Which is wrong? Or, is there a place somewhere in between? You've seen them. We all have. I've even been one at times. They are the ones driven to win. They will do whatever it takes to win. Long hours, weekends, travel, sacrifice their social and family life, whatever it takes to win that next sales record or land that new account. They thrive on the hunt, the chase, the contest, and of course the winning. They'll constantly tell you how passionate they are for winning.But just at what cost? Are they happy? They may have money, fame, possessions, and power but are they happy? Maybe they are, maybe they aren't. Would you be? That's the question you have to ask yourself. Does winning at all costs make you happy?


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