You’re already successful. You’re already driven.
In fact, in the last decade, you’ve probably achieved more than most people have in their entire lifetimes. And there’s no doubt that as a high-performer, you’ve been recognized and promoted along the way. It’s your unwavering commitment to succeed that has gotten you this far.
But there’s something missing…
Now you have a nagging feeling that what got you to this level of success isn’t going to take you to the next. Suddenly, simply being a high-achiever isn’t enough. You’re starting to get in your own way. Feeling stagnant. You know it’s time to step up your leadership game and have the success and income you envision, but you’re not sure what the missing ingredient is.
Other leadership experts might try to give you a “quick fix” — convincing you that all you’re missing is a strategic growth plan, savvy communication skills, or the latest and greatest personality assessment.
These solutions are too simplistic, though. They only solve part of the problem, still leaving you stuck in a holding pattern.
The truth is, people want to follow a leader who’s confident, optimistic, and (for lack of a better phrase) “has their shit together.” That is, someone who’s not weighed down by the past, slowed down by chaos in his personal life, or by unresolved insecurities.
The people on your team are looking to you to be their example. Not just in business, but other areas of life as well.
Physician, theologian and Nobel Prize winner, Albert Schweitzer said,
“Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.”
That means you can’t approach leadership from a one-dimensional perspective….thinking that if you learn all the right “leadership tools” and keep working super hard, that everything will fall into place.
Sure, this approach can work, but only to a certain level of success, and it comes with unnecessary stress, obstacles, and bouts of unfulfillment while you scramble to the top.
Instead, the leaders who take an example-based approach to leading are the guys who achieve extraordinary success and become indispensable assets to their companies.
These exceptional leaders work hard AND play hard. They live every day with purpose, enthusiasm, and passion in all areas of their lives…not just business. They have fulfilling relationships. They have vitality. They have confidence. They’re the guys who command any room they walk into, but are still easy to talk to. They have a genuine interest in other people…not just in their own ego.
These are the type of leaders that everyone wants to work for.
And to become an extraordinary leader like this requires ONE major thing…
Many of the most iconic leaders in business have worked with a coach to gain a competitive edge—leaders like Steve Jobs, Sir Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk— and recognize it as a key ingredient in their high-level of success.
By investing in executive coaching, you’ll…
- Level up your power, impact and purpose
- Build inspired, high functioning teams
- Create exceptional results and an exceptional life
Let’s be honest, though, you’re not the type of guy who normally asks for help. Personally, I have to admit that I’m not either. That said, you know you have to do something differently if you’re going to achieve greater success, make more money, and continue to be challenged by your work.
So, if you’re 100% committed to your company, your team, and (most importantly) yourself and your own success, let’s talk.
Army Drill Sergeant, 9-time marathon runner, MBA, Dad, Husband and over-achiever, I've learned to translate my insatiable drive to do more into a life that I love with success in all areas with less time and less effort.
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