Monday, January 26, 2015
Being bold = being honest with yourself and with others.
Being bold = mustering the strength to appear vulnerable.
Being bold = facing your fears and imperfections.
Being bold = acknowledging how you deceive yourself.
Being bold = questioning your assumptions and behaviors.
Being bold = asking tough questions without sugar-coating.
Being bold = resisting the risk-avoidant behavior of over-thinking.
Being bold = being willing to say ‘no’ and disappoint.
Being bold = being willing to say ‘I disagree’, regardless the hierarchy.
Being bold = knowing you don’t need to be liked by everyone all the time.
Being bold = speaking out and going beyond accepted norms.
Being bold = the first and last step in creating any kind of change.
What is being bold to you?
How bold did you act today?
Sunday, January 25, 2015
… is a leader
who shows up, speaks up, and steps up.
who asks “How can I help you be more successful?”
who models vulnerability, humility, and courage.
who wants to know what she might be missing.
who knows when he has to withdraw and let go.
who demonstrates the value of both work and play.
who focuses on what her people are doing that’s working.
who says it as it is and who wants to hear it as it is.
who finishes with: “Is there anything else I can do for you?”