4 Strategies To Grow As A Purpose-Driven Leader

Do you have a solid track record of delivering results individually, but now desire to improve how you achieve results through others? Are you struggling with letting go of the skills and strategies that once worked for you in your career or business, but are no longer working to get you to your next level of success and fulfillment? Ready and motivated to grow as a thought leader in your ideal career by being your most authentic self?

These four strategies will help you.

  1. Slow down. Push the pause button more often. Stop operating on autopilot. Have patience. The high-level results you are working to achieve will not happen overnight. The strategies that got you where you currently are, are not the same strategies that are going to get you where you want to be. Your job, as a leader, is to achieve results through others, not to cross off items on your to-do list. More often that not, your most creative and innovative ideas come to you when your mind is in a relaxed state.

  2. Trust your intuition. You are guided by more than just your intellect. Pay serious attention to your internal wisdom. You’ll need to trust and follow your inner compass more than you have ever done in the past. Even when you have no hard evidence to support what your intuition, gut or the Holy Spirit is directing you to do at work and in your career or business, do it anyway. Don’t doubt. Don’t hesitate. Trust and follow.

  3. Hone in on your innate gifts, talents and strengths. If you’re serious about growing as a leader in your ideal career, it’s critical that you remain focused on your gifts and your unique value proposition. Confidently go after opportunities that highlight your gifts, talents and strengths. Strategically delegate work and say no more often to opportunities that do not.

  4. Ask for help. As a leader and visionary, you’ve become accustomed to being the problem solver and person who people seek out for guidance, advice and solutions. In order to get to your next level, you’ll need to be vulnerable and be in the mentee/student role. Investing in your personal/professional growth and development is not optional. You cannot see your blind spots and how you are getting in your own way and sabotaging your success. Hire an Executive Coach who can help you move forward, grow as a thought leader, and achieve your goals more quickly than you could on your own.

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