Attention, world changers!
Revealed on this page…
- Frustrations you may feel when trying to lead: You’re not alone in feeling this frustration!
- How you can learn from any situation: You don’t have to be a victim of your circumstances
- A FREE resource designed to help you make a bigger impact in your personal and professional life.
Dear Frustrated Leader,
If you’ve ever felt like you’re stagnant in your current position, if you’ve read all the books but can never figure out practical ways to expand your capacity, if you’ve been upset by how you’ve been led, or if you’ve been unhappy at how you lead, then this landing page may be what you’ve been waiting for. Here’s why:
Am I Alone…?
Frustration is a very common emotion we feel when dealing with other people. Whether it’s your boss who can’t seem to grasp what it means to lead or you just want to be better at leading but can’t seem to figure out what to do in order to reach that leadership goal, you can easily end up flustered. Frustration is the difference between your expectations and your reality. The larger the difference, the larger the frustration. However, there’s good news. You can use this free resource as a weekly Point of Change to boost your leadership skills as well minimize the amount of frustration you feel while leading or being led. You no longer have to feel like a victim in your circumstances; you have more control than you think!
What Is It?
These are not new concepts, but this is a new take on the concepts. Jim Collins wrote about this in Good to Great, and Simon Sinek preaches about it now – it’s all about your WHY. Why are you doing what it is you do. No one really cares what you do or even how you do it, they want to know why you’re doing it. Because of this, it is crucial to define your life in order to continually realign with this WHY statement, otherwise you’ll end up questioning your own motives.
We’ve all met incredible leaders, I do every day in my work. But what makes them incredible?
- They’re always serving: Great leaders continually and consistently treat their people well – this is why leaders do what they do
- They’re always learning: Great leaders never stop learning from others and their situations – this is how leaders do what they do
- They’re always leading: This is what leaders do. As John Maxwell always says, “If you say you’re a leader and no one’s following you, you’re just taking a walk.”
Who Am I and Why Should You Listen to Me?
I’m a student of leadership. I don’t only read veraciously, I apply relentlessly. I take the leadership theories and test them until they’re tried and true or they’re useless. I observe and learn from some of the best leaders I know including C-Level staff and presidents of companies and senior pastors of churches; nothing gets through that hasn’t been tested in the real world. I’m surrounded by some of the strongest leaders I have heard of. My degree is in management, but all of my experience is from real world observations and personal encounters.
Craig Groeschel says, “Be real. People would rather follow a leader who is always real than one who is always right.” And that’s really the crux of what I teach.
What I teach can truly increase your capacity as a leader and improve your leadership skills. I dissect leadership traits that are required for world-class leaders and how they can look from the other side. That’s where the frustrated part comes from. It’s that difference between expectation and reality.
There’s no risk to enjoying my free weekly resource. It costs you nothing, and you can subscribe with your email to make sure you don’t miss any of the concepts I post about. If you don’t like it, I can’t make you subscribe; I can’t make you unread the posts; and I can’t make you go back to the website. I lose time, but you lose nothing.
Now that I’ve explained everything, it’s time for action:
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P.S. – Don’t be that leader that won’t improve. Don’t wait to become the leader you’ve always wanted to be. Don’t wait to make the impact you’ve always wanted to make. The time is now. If not now, then when? Tomorrow will come and go and so will the next days. So, what are you going to do? Take action! Click here to go to my website to subscribe!