Being a leader has some responsibilities with the title.
Brian Tracy said to me once:
“You have the potential to be a great leader, Kimberly.”
That has stuck with me.
He went on to say:
“Whether or not you are a leader, developing their qualities will still make you a better employee, partner, parent, and person.
Great leaders possess clear focus, courage, and integrity, which are all successful qualities that will get you far.
Remember, all eyes are on the leader. What you say and don’t say, do and don’t do, are put under a microscope and can have the most impact on your team.
On the way to becoming a leader, there are 3 big leadership mistakes that are made today:
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Leaders get things done by leading others to success.
Great leaders also have impeccable time management. They know what their priorities are and how to stay focused on them.
Always work from a list.
In its simplest terms, to-do lists are key for efficiency because they contain everything that you have to do — the most important tasks at the top, the least important tasks at the bottom.
When something new comes up, you add it to the list before you do it.
However, there are different types of to-do lists and techniques to prioritize your time and enhance your organization skills.
If you feel overwhelmed by too many things and don’t know what task you should start on… stop, take a deep breath, and use my ABCDE list technique.
It’s the best method for setting priorities on your list. By developing this method, you’ll very easily sort out what is important and unimportant. You’ll be eating the right frogs every time!”
That’s all from me this week. I’m off to do my 2-day MBA! Remember:
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To your success,