What Mind 3.0 Leaders Do to Actualize Transformational Change – Part 3
There are three modern business leaders I have studied who: Are great examples of being Mind 3.0 (i.e., highly vertically developed) leaders who… Have actualized transformational and sustainable change in the organizations they led. These leaders are: Alan Mulally (Ford) – see American Icon Ed Catmull (Disney Animation) – see Creativity, Inc. Satya Nadella (Microsoft) […]
How to Develop More of a Promotion Mindset
If you feel like a mindset novice, before reading this article, you might find value in reading these two articles: What are Mindsets & Why are They Foundational to Our Success? Research-Backed Benefits of Possessing a Promotion Mindset These articles lay the groundwork for why we need to focus on developing more of a promotion […]
What Mode Are You Living Life In: Protection or Creation?
More and more I am realizing that people operate in one of two modes: protection mode or creation mode. Which mode are you operating in? Protection Mode When someone is operating in protection mode, their primary desires and direction is fueled by a need to self-protect. Here are some typical protection mode desires: Desire to […]
Have You Transformed?
Have you ever noticed that there are some people and leaders who stand out from others in a positive way? They seem to operate on a different, higher plane. It isn’t always easy to put your finger on what makes them different, but for whatever reason, they seem exceptionally productive, overly generous, and an overall […]
Becoming a More Positive influence: Be Intentional
Success rarely comes about by chance. It comes about because someone set a specific destination and made specific intentions about how to get there, and then took those steps. In other words, success comes about through intention, being deliberate with what we do. Effective leadership and being a positive influence comes about the same way. […]
Becoming a More Positive Influence: Develop a Clear Self-Purpose
Of 110 people surveyed, 8% seemed to have a clear purpose for their life. It is only by having a clear self-purpose that we will be willing to: (1) put off what is best for ourselves for what is best for a higher cause, and (2) do what is right, not what is easy.