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Zeal – A to Z of Self Leadership

As we come to the last letter of the A to Z of Self Leadership, it’s only natural for me to choose a powerful attribute like ‘Zeal’. It encompasses many of the attributes I’ve spoken of before. Very simply, can mean living abundantly, being fully aware, deeply thankful and filled…

Yes – A to Z of Self Leadership

I’ve talked about the value to self leadership of learning to say ‘No’, but equally important is learning when to say ‘Yes’! And finding that balance is really key to self leadership and consequently your own happiness. Often we’re waiting for something ‘big’ to happen in our lives. We want…

Work – A to Z of Self Leadership

Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground. -Rumi The other day, I saw a request on a Facebook Forum that went something like this : I want to start a business. Please suggest one in which I…

Vision – A to Z of Self Leadership

Most of us  attempt to live our lives in reverse. We want to have more things and more money, in order to have the freedom to do what we want and consequently be happier. I’ve learned that we first have to find out who we are really are and do…

Thankful – A to Z of Self Leadership

An intrinsic part of self leadership is that we take responsibility for our own happiness. Gratitude is so interlinked with happiness, that any one who wants to be happy, must learn to be thankful. The good news is that we can learn to be thankful. And we can get better at…

Responsibility – A to Z of Self Leadership

Personal responsibility is a very important part of leading yourself. The Master told the story of the hotel owner who complained bitterly about the effect on his business of a new highway the government had built. “Look,” said a friend. “I just don’t understand you. I see a NO VACANCY…

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