This morning, September 10, 2016, approximately 7:40am.
i am a more focused, disciplined, and joyful leader because i am in excellent physical condition.
At this point in the season, i don’t run with the team, but i did stretch with them today.
This may be a bold statement.
And we can be certain there are exceptions.
Physically fit leaders are better (and often remarkably better) leaders than they were when they were less fit (or unfit).
Why i spent two decades of my life as a decently unfit person escapes me.
No wait, i know, it was because i was busy, also known as having skewed priorities…also known as excuse addiction.
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Spotted this tag line on the warmup jog.
Never got to tour the campus.
Much of leadership’s efforts are behind the scenes and unnoticed by the rank and file.
It’s our job as leaders to manage this and strike a fair and equitable balance between sounding boastful and intentionally managing our reputation.
Logged eight miles in the effort to run only a half-mile.
Yesterday’s 100 meter finals from eight years old and up.
Accidental shot of Track Shack’s tent
Personal leadership has four world class, basic components. In addition to having fun at yesterday’s brutally hot track meet, i spent time at the beginning and end of the day preparing for Thursday’s (second) post-Disney speaking engagement.
The four world-class leadership basics are:
Paint a clear, concise and compelling vision of the future. Get people involved by training and developing them. Hold them accountable for excellent results. And commit to being inspired and inspiring all day, everyday.
Local artists create the t-shirt design – also used for big awards.
Top three 2015 Windermere 5k finishers. The guy in glasses is Windermere’s Mayor.
Left to right, first place, Mayor Gary, second, and third.
First and second were one second apart.
The third place finisher, Andrew, got beat last year by this year’s 50-59 winner.
After 1,100 seconds, imagine losing the coveted, overall winner spot by only one.
And then imagine an extraordinary, nearly three minute improvement from your time the previous year – that’s what Andrew accomplished.
Or take the 55-year old, running a time faster than he had set as a goal, and faster than when he was 10 years younger.
Leadership covets results.
It’s not the Magic that makes it work, it’s the work that makes it Magic.
Was surprised to find Apple Store 5th Avenue open before 9am
Here’s to the misfits.
The crazy ones.
The ones who change things.
Be well and remain amazed.
Be freakin’ remarkable today.
There’s a ton of people looking for someone like that in their lives.