Leadership Development Coaching: Do You Take Ownership Regardless Of The Results?
A lot of people want to be leaders, but unfortunately many of them need some leadership development coaching, especially when it comes to taking ownership and personal responsibility for their results.
Leadership development coaching tip #1: Have an if it’s meant to be it’s up to me attitude
Most people want all the recognition and spotlight when things are going great in their business, but do you have the same feeling when it comes to the struggle?
A lot of people have weak leadership because they aren’t willing to take personal responsibility for their results when things aren’t going well.
Unfortunately, all too often people play the blame game when things aren’t going right.
They don’t have the right connections, their friends are negative, the business doesn’t work, they don’t have enough money, and so on.
Here’s the thing, everyone will have struggles and ups and downs while building their business, but the ones that truly become successful take personal responsibility for their results regardless of it being good or bad.
Leaders develop an attitude of if it’s meant to be it’s up to me and move forward regardless of what challenges or set backs they are faced with.
Take ownership of your success of failures and then do something about it
Leaders take ownership of their results and their teams results and don’t look to point fingers. People who don’t make it very far are only look to take ownership when things are good, but look for someone to blame when they aren’t.
I know when I first started in the industry I was pretty introverted, lacked leadership skills, and had no sales skills. At this point I faced a crossroads.
I could either play the blame game and complain about how other people had it easier, their warm market was better, my friends aren’t business minded, I’m not a sales person, blah, blah blah, or I could look in the mirror and just realize that those were skills I needed to develop if I wanted the level of success I desired.
Don’t wish it were easier, wish you were better. One of my favorite sayings is that you can either get bitter, or you can get better. So focus on getting better and making things happen and become the leader you know you can be.
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