Leadership Strategy - One Size Success Does Not Fit All

Most people measure their success by somebody else’s standards, which is understandable when you realize that you are trained from the time you are born in what and who to believe.

Where else are you going to learn the rules and beliefs?

Your parents, teachers, church, community, environment, friends, or whoever was an influence in your upbringing are part of who you are. Even if you choose to be a rebel against the rules you were governed by as a youngster, you only add more power to them with resistant energy. What you resist persists!

If you are very successful, by whose standards do you feel successful?

If you are not getting up in the morning looking forward to the day and the contribution you will make, that is a sure signal trying to get your attention There comes a time when you know there is another way and something else is possible.

Here are some questions to get you thinking about YOUR personal success goals:

1. What is your definition of success?

2. Was this an inherited definition?

3. If so, how is it working for you?

4. If great, then what is your next success step?

5. If not, what do you want to do about it?

6. What does success look like to you?

7. How does success feel?

8. What difference would it make to be successful on your terms and ideals?

9. What is your understanding of having a coach make possible you being more successful than you can even imagine?

Take the time to review these questions honestly and deeply. There are no right or wrong answers.

You are the leader of your life. As the leader you are ever evolving and stretching by choice. You are part of the magic in the world, especially when you succeed from within to without, not from without to within.

Leading within is from inside out, which is being true to your essence and your talents.

Here are some Tips to remember about YOUR personal success story:

* Success is a journey not a destination.

* You get to choose.

* Look around, you have become very masterful in being who you are today. Where do you see yourself in the future?

* Remember: Anything is Possible


Theresa-Maria (“TM”) Napa – of Right Track Coaching - is dedicated to helping professionals and executives increase their winning percentage while taking fewer steps and producing better results. Her career has included positions as executive assistant, vice president of operations, director of marketing & administration, and business owner with substantial experience in leadership, marketing, client development, and execut...

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