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Impact-driven leaders do not make the mistake of confusing fulfillment with happiness. If you are someone that is pursuing a life that is full, a life that is whole, a life that provides you with fulfillment, then one of the elements of a fulfilled life is what we're talking about today.That element is responsibility. One of the core and essential elements of a fulfilled and whole life is responsibility.Responsibility and denial cannot coexist Responsibility is a choice Responsibility is good To get the show notes for today's episode click here. Don't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share! Sign up for the newsletter Join us on Instagram and Facebook
OrderOrder is a sense of order and structure that creates stability. Order in the life of an individual is represented by the habits and rhythms that structure your day (morning routine, making your bed, working out, journaling, diet) Order in the life of a business is the standards, procedures, and systems that create repeatable efficiency (scoreboards, SOP’s, A life with order is consistent and stable. An organization with order is dependable and scalable. As a leader, part of your role is to subdue chaos into order in your organization. ChaosChaos is the sense of uncertainty, creativity, and ambiguity that creates growth. Chaos in the life of an individual is represented by the areas in which you courageously venture into the unknown (solitude, adventure, new project, risk, new relationship) Chaos in the life of a business is any work related to the creative future of the enterprise (strategic planning, vision casting, new projects, risk, BHAGs) A life with chaos can be creative, fresh, and often fun. An organization with chaos can be engaging and entrepreneurial. As a leader, part of your role is to strategically introduce chaos into your life and the organization. The Relationship Are you order, are you chaos, or are you the force that mediates between the two? The impact-driven leader does not avoid the tension between order and chaos. The impact-driven leader wrestles with it.  The day that your life ONLY has order is the day you become complacent. The day your life only has chaos is the day you become inconsistent. Structure, routine, and discipline are the breeding ground for creation Application Questions On a scale of 1-10, if 1 is total order and 10 is total chaos, where are you right now? **Remember the goal is to maintain a manageable level of tension that keeps you consistent and fresh. What are the areas in your life, leadership, or business that are crying out for order? What are the areas of your life, leadership or business that you have earned the ability to strategically introduce chaos? What rhythms and habits will help you wrestle with the tension? Don't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share! Sign up for the newsletter Join us on Instagram and Facebook
This week Alex interviews Shannon Miles who is an adventurous, fun-loving, driven, and passionate leader who loves to see personal growth and development in those she leads. Through her successful career as an entrepreneur as Co-Chair and Co-Founder of BELAY, she has been able to design a life she always dreamed of. She and her husband, Bryan, started this premium staffing company in 2010 serving businesses all over the U.S.Resources mentioned:Good To Great The Third OptionBelay Work From Home GuideHow to Work From Home In One WeekSocial media:Shannon Miles- LinkedIn, Instagram Belay- LinkedIn, Instagram & FacebookOwn Not Run- LinkedIn, Instagram & FacebookDon't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share! Sign up for the newsletter Join us on Instagram and Facebook
A good leader holds people accountable to the standards of others, a great leader holds people accountable to the standard of their potential. Here are three ways you can  hold people accountable to their potential:Commit to the processCommit to the purposeCommit to the personDon't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
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7 hours, 24 minutes
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