Arise and Lead – Podcast: S02E004

In today’s episode of Monday Morning Moments, I talk about how to engage as a leader of influence and impact. We need transformational leaders now more than ever to step up and step out to make a positive impact within the sphere of influence they have been given! Check out this podcast to discover 4 key things that you need to do to lead more effectively at home, in sports, at work, and in your community.

Episode Outline:

  • Be Aware
    • Self Awareness is the first step to leadership and influence.
    • What do we need to be aware of?
      • Our Strengths
      • Our Passions – what energizes us
      • Our Opportunities
    • “What has become clear since we last met?” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
      • Data Points/Experiences
      • What clarity have you drawn from those experiences?
      • What action does that drive you to?
    • “The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” – Frederick Buechner
    • Being aware is where we begin to discover our calling.
  • Be Present
    • “The Legacy You Live is the legacy you leave.” – Ken Blanchard
    • “Many of us crucify ourselves between two thieves – regret for the past and fear of the future” – Fulton Oursler
    • We must be present physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally in order to live out our calling and lead in the places that God is leading us.
    • Being present is where we engage.
  • Be a Learner
    • We must appreciate the journey of deliberate practice and mastery in order to excel, grow, and achieve.
    • “I am still learning.” Michelangelo at age 87
    • Call to Action:
      • Meet with mentors.
      • Find the free.
      • Put routines, systems, and habits in place that will help you grow and learn.
      • Be a Lead Learner. Learn/Teach/Apply method from Stephen Covey
    • Being a Learner is where we grow.
  • Be a Leader
    • “Leadership is authentic self-expression that creates value.” – Kevin Cashman
    • Sociologists have estimated that even the most introverted person will impact over 10,000 people in their lifetime. The question is not “Will you influence others?” but How will you influence others?”
    • Call to Action:
      • Seek out leadership opportunities.
      • Don’t become complacent, comfortable, or acclimate for too long.
      • Challenge yourself.
      • Lead authentically from a servant’s heart.
    • Being a leader is where we make a positive impact within our sphere of influence and fulfill our calling.

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