Resilience seems to be one of the buzz-words of the 21st century leadership. It seems that everyone is asking our people to have a thick skin and to not take it personally when plans change or work is criticised. If someone gets upset, they are told “You need to be more resilient”.
But what does that word even mean?
Nobody who was anybody did it on their own…
We all need support and we all need challenge. Take a look at your circle of friends… is it easy and comfortable or are you challenged to grow?
Are people genuinely happy for your progression or do they secretly want you to stay the same?
maybe its time to take a look at your friendship groups?
Probably a controversial video this one… It is my take on how we should support and medically treat many people with depression, based on my personal experience with this disease.
Might be a tough video to watch because there are a few home truths in here, but could also unlock your potential.
Want to achieve something significant… You are going to need motivation.
Better pick the right type…
You know it and I know it… When you are at your best you’re unstoppable.
Imagine if you could be at your best every single day. Here is a simple idea that might just help:
Do you want something to change in your life, but your not quite sure what or how that change will manifest?
That feeling can be really exciting or extremely terrifying… Here is a simple idea about what you could do:
Most people don’t really have a real plan for their personal growth…. well not one they believe in and utilise anyway.
This is because many of us don’t create development plans that compel us towards our goals.
Here are some ideas on how you can create a personal development plan that will actually help you improve and grow:
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What is leadership really?
And is it worth the effort?
In this video I share my ideas about how leadership differs from management. The challenges this brings and the wonderful benefits that come if you get it right.
What do you think about this idea? Please let me know in the comments below…
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