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Self-Leadership: Your First Priority
Who should I lead in life?
How about yourself?
I use to skip over the leadership articles '- knowing' that they were only for people that were the CEOs of big companies or managers with a large number of people to supervise.
Not me. I just had myself and 2 other employees to take care of 'no big deal 'I could handle it.
Then I realized what leadership was all about.
If I couldn't lead myself in the direction that I wanted to go 'If I couldn't lead myself to reach my goals or change my life 'how would I be an example to my family, my employees, my customers, or anyone I met?
The hardest person to lead is yourself.
The smallest changes you want to make in your life are sometimes the most difficult to lead yourself through.
We are going to go through the qualities of self-leadership over the next few days.
You are going to find out (or refresh your memory!) of what it talks for you to lead yourself to Wealth in all areas of your life 'starting right now!
Knowing the OUTCOME of what you want to do or be in your life 'will completely change your OUTLOOK when you come upon the obstacles that threaten to stop you in your tracks. You will look for the 'HOW CAN I?' solve the problem versus the automatic 'I can't' that so many people have. Your VISION will CHANGE your subconscious mind to look for the ways to reach your goals. You are programming your mind to seek out the opportunities and the answers to get you where you want to go.
VISION IS POWER!
SEE IT!BELIEVE IT!LIVE IT!
Talk to you soon and create your vision now!
About the Author
Marilyn Snyder is a speaker, author, mentor. While being in sales for over 18 years, Marilyn was consistently honored for reaching sales goals and new business development goals. Today, as part of her Mastermind Power Coaching Program, Marilyn helps her clients take charge of their life to reach their goals and achieve their dreams. She takes them from saying 'I wish I would have' to ' I'm glad I did! -