Be Bold- Develop Your Personal Leadership Skills

One of my theories is that if everyone practiced excellent personal leadership, we would have very few problems in the world. When you look at your life, decide to be bold. And by BOLD, I mean:

B- Be a great manifestor

O- Own your plans. How to stick to your plans every day.

L- Live each day with more peace, passion, energy, and joy.

D- Do and be what you were meant to do and be.

Being a great manifestor means being able to handle that “money thing”. You successfully manage the money you have in your life and you bring in more. Check in right now and assess your personal “money story”.  Recognize that success in this area involves a powerful money attracting paradigm as opposed to mindset absorbed with loss and lack.

Owning your plans becomes the essence of taking responsibility for the action in your life. You resolve to “just do it”. You commit to the big picture and persevere through the obstacles. Procrastination becomes a thing of the past.

Living each day with more peace, passion, energy, and joy is the zest of life. This is why we are on the planet. If you are far, far away from any zest. Do just one thing today to experience it. Let the sun rest on your face as you step outside of your home. Take a breathe. Notice your surroundings. Be fully present in this moment.

Doing and Being what you were meant to do and be is about living your purpose. If your work seems wrong right now, ask yourself, “How can I be more aligned with my purpose? The answer might be a slight shift or a complete 180.  If you are “stuck” doing work at this moment because you need that paycheck, what can you do in your spare time that aligns with your true purpose?  If you wonder about your purpose, this is the time to be a detective. Your life has been full of clues about your purpose. What felt natural? What made you happy? What made you sing and smile all of the time? What was satisfying? For example, in my life, every time I was in a mentoring, coaching, or training role in my career- I was crazy happy even though at different times, each job was also different. (When I graduated from high school, life coaching was not a career so there was no way I could have envisioned exactly what I am doing now).

Be BOLD today.

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Sheri Kaye Hoff, MA, CGCL




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