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How To Lead Others With Passion
Have you ever really looked at the persons you know of who are not only great leaders, but have an almost infectious nature that seems to ignite those around them as well… and pondered the question “How do they do it?” You just can’t help but being in ah of their positive energy. They seem to have an “It.” Factor that everyone picks up on. They are almost always in a good and jovial mood and it appears that they literally have “The Midis Touch!” Every thing they involve them selves with seems to turn to gold.
Their professional relationships are in strong standing with a genuine and appreciative spirit for those they work with on a regular basis. They have a close and loving relationship with their children and spouse. They have a close-knit circle of friends with whom they share the wealth on every level. From happiness to tragedy –they seem to never “Jump ship!” and know the perfect thing to say or do in each situation.
Although it could be explained away as “Some people just have all the luck!” I believe there is so much more to it than that. I believe that these types of individuals have a certain type of integrity about them that makes it a win –win situation for everyone they involve themselves with. What I mean by that is they share the glory for a positive outcome, and give others all the credit when everything is running smoothly…however, when things go wrong, they step up and solely take full responsibility for the outcome holding only themselves accountable for the failure. They have a strong sense of loyalty and commitment in all that they do. They have yet a stronger understanding of right from wrong and lastly will not waiver in their perseverance, nor will they conform to the masses.
In order to for anyone to obtain more on the outside, one must first construct a certain discipline within themselves on the inside. I think the average person tries to fill his or her life with outside rewards. Those rewards range from the material, the acquired, all the way to certain persons we often become enamored with from the realm of friendship to the intimately romantic. When someone tries to rely on these types of outside sources, they often come up short in their sense of contentment and happiness.
The answers to true joy and character are strictly and solely in our own hands. It is not about “Him” “Her” “They” “Them” “We” or “Us” it is all (and only) about “Me”. I am responsible for my own sense of wholeness and to impose or project that on to anyone else boarders from delusional to ridiculous in my book. We can all become empowered and enlightened by this or, we can fight it and continue to elude that feeling of inner joy.
So, is it possible that the characteristics of leaders mentioned earlier is because of some great stroke of luck that gave these individuals their stand out leadership qualities or are these people just more aware that they are the source of all that comes into their lives? I don’t think luck has anything to do with it. I do however feel that they fallow a certain type of ethic and moral behavior that leads from one great opportunity to the next. Maybe the real truth about great leaders is that there is one inside of each and every one of us just waiting to come out…is today the day you let your leader redirect your life? I sure hope so!
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