Do. Don't Whine

Complaining is merely externalising a frustration. Much better when you take action - any action - and get into it. There is ALWAYS something you can do. It might take some finding, but when you shift perspective from what is being done to you to what you can do about it, the mood shifts.

You are back in control of what you have control over. And that's always you.

dont complain about things youre not willing to change

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Having Fun - Kind Leaders Make it Happen

“People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” (Dale Carnegie)

The best leaders realise that they have the opportunity to help create a culture of fun - as well as everything else a great team needs to perform.

It's an attitude. It's a confidence.

And it's a will to do all that's necessary to make the place the best place to be at.

#TheKindLeader #kindness #success #fun #leadership #supportive#inspirationalleader #joy #culture

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Finding Your Daily Successes (free download!)


Finding your Successes

When we get too deeply into our lives, we often fail to realise the impact we have. And, just like the message in 'It's a Wonderful Life', the brilliant movie back with James Stewart (I watch it every Christmas!), you are more successful thank you notice.

You are not alone! Our self-awareness is geared to what we missed doing rather than the mundane what we did. What we were successful at isn’t on our to-do list every day, so we only find the shortcomings there. And that's simply not reali…

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Review Time for Leaders  

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As leaders, our lives are busy enough. The work comes at us in an ever-increasing flow and it’s easy to take our eye off the ball. In fact, it’s quite surprising how we can gradually, day-by-day, month-by-month, change our behaviours in an attempt to avoid being swamped by ‘stuff’.

Such that we lose sight of what we are really there to do, which is lead our people in a kind, supportive and developing way, as well as deliver the bottom lines demanded of us.

Time to see where we are making – and…

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Jump, But Only When Ready

She watched him holding his hands out to her as he wavered on the top of the tree stump. He wanted to jump. He’d seen his brother jump. Although younger, he was tempted and yet too afraid to take the plunge to the forest floor below. That two-foot-high tree stump looks a lot higher when you are three years old.

His older brother was urging him on, teasing him to jump, just as he had done himself, and yet the smaller child wavered. Tiny white-knuckled fists gripped his mother’s fingers tightly, …

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