Discipline is a trait of many great leaders. Individuals are often given a position of leadership because they have shown that they have the strength to follow through with producing impactful results, often in the face of challenge. Leaders learn that discipline is an important tool. When we work up the discipline to follow through on something challenging and meaningful, it feels good. When we work through resistance, we build strength and we learn more about the work, the world, and ourselves, too.
Have you ever found it hard to identify what the main things really are? Have you had a shortage of time to spend on thing you feel are important things because you feel busy getting all of your basic tasks done and keeping things under control? I wrote this post because many people have asked me how I accomplish so much yet still have so much time to write my books, my blog, and create other personal works. I have just as much time in one day as everyone else; I have just worked hard to carefully curate how I spend it by destroying things that don’t serve and adding things that do.
I believe that most of us can agree that we attribute our professional trajectory and successes to our early leaders that were great mentors to us. It is hard to teach someone to become a mentor. The selfless effort one puts in to being a great mentor comes from the inspiration from our own mentors … Continue reading 10 Ways to Take Your Mentorship Practice to the Next Level
One definition of a system is… A set of components organized and connected in an intentional way to achieve an objective. Using this definition, systems can be products, services, or methods we use in our lives to serve a purpose. When you think about systems that have scaled to serve millions of people, what products or … Continue reading Simplifying to Scale: 5 Attributes of Scalable Systems