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Face your fears and be free

Face your fears and be free

A leader is always prepared for change. And realizes that pain is just an opportunity to live in a bigger and more abundant world.

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Don't just say NO to something you don't like or want to change.

Say, 'Yes, and.." then provide constructive feedback on what is good and what can be improved.

Practice saying and recalling things that you are grateful for. It changes your mindset positively, leading to better productivity.

Everyone around you needs to become better than you.
Figure out how your employees, clients, and customers can be successful in what they are doing.

Before you lead your company, you have to lead yourself.
Get better at the things you're interested in. Try to understand more deeply the painful experiences you've had, and take care every day of your health: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.

Learn to put your foot down and respect your priorities instead of working according to other peoples convenience and time.

A real, great leader progresses daily towards better physical and mental health.
Ensure that your surroundings and your thoughts are healthy.

Be patient and persistent in things that interest you, with or without money.
Explore and follow what you love, find your true calling, and you will find that money comes as a side effect.

In almost all conflicts and problems, there are two reasons, the real and the good.

Once your company gets big in size, it is challenging to keep track and know everyone. So the leader unites them by a Vision Story, in which he shares his vision to all.

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