The number one thing I learned about transforming myself?
It’s probably not going to be what you expect.
I mean, really, what does anyone expect would be required?
Let’s be clear, what I share is what works for me. In no way, shape or form, should anyone think I’m telling others what they should do. The person I’m talking to in this post is the one in the mirror.
The number one way to transform yourself is to do a small group of interrelated tasks:
Your transformational goal must be for others
You must want to be transformed more than anything, ever
You must prepare for criticism, as others search for your faults
Do these three interrelated tasks, and stay humble.
PS. And by the way, you will also need to tap into a level of courage and determination you have never known before.
Trust is often placed on the list of top leadership skills, while people are compiling key leadership skills and attributes.
How important is trust when stacked up against all the other critical leadership values?
Ever ponder the top key leadership values great leaders possess? Are you now? Good. Here are some that always make the list:
What do you say is your number one leadership trait?
For me, it’s trust. Everything else revolves around this simple, and often overlooked leader character trait. I place trust ahead of passion, because a leader may have passion, but people mistrust motives, for example.
If you really think about it, how can anything else matter without trust?