Little actions

Hello, My FriendsEveryday we have a choice, to do the same thing we did yesterday, and get the same result we got then.Or… we can try something different to get a new result.The new result may actually be better or not.By doing something different we put ourselves into a different frame of thinking which createsContinue reading “Little actions”

The power of coaching

Each person holds so much power within themselves that needs to be let out. Sometimes they just need a little nudge, a little direction, a little support, a little coaching, and THE GREATEST THINGS CAN HAPPEN. Pete Carroll Hello, My Friends Part of the joys of having a coach is they give you fresh ideasContinue reading “The power of coaching”

Who believed in you?

“Hello My Friends Who believed in you?A teacher at school,A parent, mum or dad,A leader, a church leader, a business leader, a sporting leader.A coach, a listening ear.In the comments leave a message, of teacher, parent, or leader.I believe in you, you can be the person you want to be.oxox Linda. As a life coachContinue reading “Who believed in you?”

What is your leading style?

What is your leading style? Hello, My Friends Over the last 20 days I’ve given you a lot of information about leading, how to be a better leader, how to lead yourself, and how to find your leading style. What is your leading style? Tell me about a time when you felt coerced to doContinue reading “What is your leading style?”

Leading: Interdependence in leading.

Leading: Interdependence in leading. Hello, My Friends Yesterday we talked about the four varieties of groups.The primary group of family and very close friendsThe collective group of people who are at the same event, experience or common activity like a music festival.The category group of people who have an overarching belief system such as theContinue reading “Leading: Interdependence in leading.”

Leading: Identifying with your tribe.

Leading: Identifying with your tribe. Hello, My Friends Effective leaders transform people’s goals and ambitions, even their identities, replacing self-orientated behaviour with group orientated behaviour. An ineffective leader exercises their power over people, forcing them through rewards and punishments to comply with commands, bending their will to their own. This is not leadership. People haveContinue reading “Leading: Identifying with your tribe.”

Leading: Remaining calm under pressure

Leading: Remaining calm under pressure Hello, My Friends Effective leaders know how to remain calm under pressure, they have learned how to regulate their responses. They walk calmly, purposefully and focused in the direction of their objectives, not being derailed by the heightened emotions of others. An effective leader takes care of their body. TheirContinue reading “Leading: Remaining calm under pressure”

A recovering doer and your perfect guide.

Sometimes we’re tested, Not to show our weaknesses, But to discover our strengths. Hello, My Friends This week has been interesting, as a recovering doer, setting the goal to complete the dining room wallpapering had me thinking about past successes, and the attitude and energy I did them in. I have mentioned before that growingContinue reading “A recovering doer and your perfect guide.”

Leading: Remaining calm in emergencies.

Leading: Remaining calm in emergencies. Hello, My Friends People who are calm and calmly take charge, giving those who don’t have a direction, a task to do are self lead leaders. These people are the best in an emergency. They have a cool head, and those around them feel the confidence and certainty that emanatesContinue reading “Leading: Remaining calm in emergencies.”

Leading: Master the small stuff.

Leading: Master the small stuff. Hello, My Friends Having command over, or being in charge of implies responsibility. Most people are not given the responsibility of being in command of other people or vessels, or businesses without some form of training, or proof of ability. Learning to lead, is a skill and it can takeContinue reading “Leading: Master the small stuff.”