Shaping Change Inner Circle - November 2019
Welcome to the Inner Circle for November 2019!
If you haven’t joined the Facebook Group yet, you can find it here. It’s a closed group so only the members will see discussions and comments.
What do you think successful leaders do that helps them be successful? If you read and listen to the gurus, you will discover things like the “4am club” (the idea that by getting up super early you will be more productive) and micro-dosing LSD (yes that is a thing!). I even read a few days ago about “dopamine fasting” where you deny yourself rewards that feel good, with the idea that you can retrain your brain to be more focussed and less susceptible to addictions and distractions.
Now I am not denying that all of those things may be useful. But let’s face it, we all have lives, families, and jobs that mean that super-person like routines are probably not going to work well for us. So, I went on the hunt for simple but highly effective habits that create successful leaders. You will be surprised at some of them!
This month I am doing something a little different, and giving you an e-book to download as well as the webinar.
The 7 Daily Habits of Outstanding Leaders
Download your worksheets and e-book here:
- 7 Daily Habits of Outstanding Leaders - Ebook
Download your ebook here.
- 7 Daily Habits of Outstanding Leaders - Checklist
Download your checklist here.
- 7 Daily Habits of Outstanding Leaders - Worksheet
Download your worksheet here.
If you have any questions, drop them into the Facebook Group!
From around the web:
33 Daily Habits Highly Successful People Have
10 Habits of Successful People
9 habits of highly successful people, from a man who spent 5 years studying them
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Summary
My recommended reading this month is Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones – James Clear
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