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Leadership is the ability to motivate others to consistently reach their highest potential.

The goal of leadership is to achieve a common mission in a cooperative, positive and inspiring manner.

Great leaders are measured by their ability to get results for the greater good.

We all have the potential to be great leaders. Leadership requires one to embrace self-discipline, responsibility and accountability.

There are two types of Accountability:
Self Accountability and Outside Accountability. 

Self Accountability is the ability to hold yourself accountable.

Outside Accountability is the ability to hold others accountable, and can be broken up into three parts:

1. People on your level
2. People below you
3. People above you

Results only come when you, and those whom you lead, are accountable to the mission.

Create your ideal life’s blueprint, with our Life Management Operating System, LMOS!

A Gap Analysis is a process that we use to identify what actions are required to take you from where you are, to where you want to be.

We provide easy to follow tools and procedures, to support you with identifying and prioritizing the most influential goals and action items. Followed by our weekly and daily schedule templates that you will fill in, to track progress and hold you accountable to staying focused on doing what is most important. 

While this process initially takes time to set up… if you follow it, our clients will attest to the rapid rate in which you can reach your goals.

A leader recognizes that any great mission, is reached by accomplishing several small goals. 

The idea is to be able to achieve anything in the most efficient and effective manner. So, it is very important to ensure that all team members are clear on their role, and what the desired outcome is. 

Setting goals offers an emotional sense of purpose. However, setting goals is not enough. You must have a detailed plan and an effective strategy in place for you to get from where you are, to where you want to be.

The best project plans begin with the end in mind.

Your objective is your desired outcome.
Your desired outcome is what drives your actions.

Think about why you are striving for something; state your purpose.

A clear sense of purpose gives you an upper hand in achieving your goals.

Prioritize the most important action items, that will get the project done in the most efficient and effective manner.

Action items are very helpful; but unless they are scheduled in, they are not real!

You may have a plan, but without scheduling in what you are going to do and when… you will struggle to accomplish anything.

Invest a little time, to save a lot of time.

To complete a project, a level of delegation is usually necessary. 

This allows the stakeholders the ability to be in more than one place at a time. It also provides others with the opportunity to learn, grow and support their team.

1. Determine which task/s you want to delegate. 
2. Decide who you want to delegate to. 
3. Spend time explaining what you want them to do.

Ensure that everyone involved is clear on the desired outcome. It helps to set deadlines to periodically check-in and offer assistance if needed.

Delegating enables you to get more done, while providing more time to work on higher level tasks.

Time is our most precious commodity.

There always seems to be many demands on our time, regardless of how successful one is. 

As we have yet to discover how to slow down and speed up time… if we want to be effective and efficient, we need to manage our time to the best of our ability.

To maximize your potential and get the most fulfillment out of life: analyze and be proactive about managing your time. 

The key to time management is prioritization. 
Differentiate between what is important and urgent. 

The quality of our life is directly proportional to the decisions we make; and we are constantly making decisions.

Everything that comes to our mind requires us to decide whether to go with that thought, let it go, or change it.

Many people struggle with decision making. They often fear they might make the wrong one, and do not want to suffer the consequences.

We strive to teach others how to develop a well-honed process for decision making, so that they can be confident with their decisions, and take action towards reaching their desired outcomes and goals.

There are MANY benefits to technology these days. The majority of us can access the most incredible tools and resources, enabling us to skip countless years of research, trial and error, with the click of a button.

While technology has the potential to be extremely supportive… it also has the potential to be extremely unsupportive, if we are not mindful of how we are using it.

It is important to find some tools that you like, and then learn how you and your company can utilize them.

Technology has at the same time become one of the greatest distractions of our time. It is important to use technology, and not let technology use you.

We teach you and your company strategies on how to do this efficiently and effectively, so that you can create the best results and consistently produce for your company as well as your clients.

Most of us work for a good chunk, if not most, of our life.

That being the case, spending time to choose the right career for you, is extremely important to the quality of your life.

It can be extremely difficult and time-consuming penetrating the job market. So, once you find yourself settled somewhere, what do you do if it doesn’t feel right? 

This takes soul searching, systematic analysis, and a pragmatic approach to plan your next steps… regardless of your age or experience.

We support you with finding the intersection between what you love and your strengths, and ultimately what careers you are most likely to thrive in.