YOUR LEADERSHIP MUSCLES ARE CONNECTED

You likely heard the children’s song called The Skeleton Dance. The lyrics help us learn that our bones are connected:

The foot bone’s connected to the leg bone.
The leg bone’s connected to the knee bone.
The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone.

The same is true with your leadership muscles. You are comprised of hundreds of leadership muscles. Some are stronger than others. You rely on your strongest muscles on a daily basis, which simply makes those muscles stronger. Yet other muscles go unused and atrophy. This is a natural process that affects each of us based on our chosen pursuits. Most of us find a certain level of success based on this model.

However, what happens when you want to achieve even greater success than you are currently experiencing? Sometimes you initiate the process of climbing higher, and other times someone around you asks you to do something different. We see this unfold regularly in our lives with our spouses, children, bosses, and co-workers.

When it does, two things usually happen:

We struggle at finding the same level
of success to which we are accustomed
We injure ourselves

The solution is to recognize your leadership muscles and exercise them. You wouldn’t run a race without training first, would you? So why attempt to lead without training?

That’s why I created Get Stronger Leadership. I recognize that your “questions” muscle is connected to your “failure” muscle is connected to your “connection” muscle. Once you understand that these leadership muscles serve you in different ways, you are better equipped to determine the most important leadership muscles for your success right now and strengthen them.

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