Get Straight With Yourself | Fast Company

Insist on candor. Invite a trusted associate or two to watch you. Hold yourself accountable for values you espouse. Ask them to check that you are “walking the talk” in matters of accountability. For example, if you want people to trust you, consider what you are doing to earn that trust. Leadership is never easy, but when resources are scarce and financial pressures rise, it is essential that leaders be seen and heard.

Read… Get Straight With Yourself | Fast Company.

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I love choosing freedom and joy and bringing others along with me on the journey. :) I am a child of God,…a gold miner… a treasure hunter, a mentor, a life coach, a spiritual director, once a traditional church pastor – now a church planter of disciple making movements, a teacher, a researcher, a hungry prayer warrior, a loyal friend, a fellow traveller and an avid explorer. 🙂

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