Know your dealbreakers.
Live your beliefs out loud.
Speak up for what matters.
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What legacy are you building?
Are you responsible for leading people, but know you are holding part of yourself back?
It can be difficult to lead a team from your heart without getting walked over. It’s equally challenging to wield power skillfully without steamrolling people you work with. You want to fearlessly bring your vision into reality, without being a doormat or a jerk.
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I have gained more confidence, improved decision making and exhibit better leadership than in past years. Better clarity on goals and achievement. Living without fear as I am in control and not living others’ definitions of me. I have become aware that I am attracting better employees, clients and supportive people in my personal life.CD
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