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If you are a Business Leader, CEO, C-Suite Executive, HR Professional, Entrepreneur, a thought leader in your community or you just want to know how to lead your family through these times, this is for you!
Through my association with John C. Maxwell and The John Maxwell Team, I put together a 10-Step Strategy to Better Navigate Through the Crisis and I built a 10-part online course to share with you how to unpack and apply these ten steps.
Here is a summary video with the 10 steps and we already posted the first three detailed teaching videos on our online platform where you can create an account and get access to the full program completely free.
So let's dig into these steps. Click on the picture below to play the video or continue reading to discover the 10 Things Leaders do in Times of Crisis.
Here they are.
In this period what we need most is a little bit of positivity.
If you're stuck at home take advantage of that. Spend time with your family, play with your kids, read a book.
Sooner or later it will be over and we could all get stronger out of it if we put this time into improving ourselves.
Get better in any area you wanted to improve but you didn't have the time to do it before. Take advantage of this time and learn something new. Read a book, take a course, join a webinar. Anything you could do to stay away from the negative news and grow yourself personally so you get out stronger on the other side of it.
Tune in for more thoughts on how to make the most out of your quarantine time.
Be well. Stay healthy. And make it a fantastic week! #mindset
Take a pen and paper and list 100 reasons why you're grateful for.
Are you in?
Here are some reasons why I feel grateful:
I am grateful to be able to spend this weekend in Strömstad.
I am grateful to be able to do what I love and love what I do.
I am grateful to have a loving wife by my side.
I am grateful to have supportive parents.
I am grateful for my healthy body.
I am grateful for having a warm and cozy house.
I am grateful for my gifts and talents.
You know, there is a big difference between being grateful and being thankful. We usually say thank you for something we have received so it has to do with the past, but being grateful is being thankful for something that you know is going to happen in the future.
I thought to add clarification in regards to the difference between being Thankful vs Grateful.
So, what are you grateful for?
Share your comments below.
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Hey, this is Florin with another video. I hope you have a great day.
The topic that I want to share with you today, is servant leadership. And I want you to grasp this because I was not as good as I wanted to be when I was in a leadership position when I led teams and projects. I didn't apply this to the best degree, but I hope you will. I hope you would get this and you apply it.
Some of you that know, last November we had the Live2Lead event in Gothenburg which was a broadcast event from Atlanta, Georgia. And one of the speakers at the event was Chris Hogan. Chris is very well known in the United States and internationally as a keynote speaker and for his motivational talks.
One of the things he shared that stuck with me ever since was this idea of servant leadership. Not only the idea but how do you put it in practice?
Like servant leadership in practice....
What if organizations would be built around people?
A few weeks ago watching the European Premiere of the movie Life on Wheels at an event hosted by Drive Sweden in Gothenburg, my take away was that we build today's cities around cars instead of building them around people.
That's exactly true. I looked outside my home office window and I saw two car parking spots in front of my house.
Reflecting more on this idea, I realized that most companies are built around business systems, production systems, the services and products they offer and no too much around people.
What if companies would be built around people?
What if organizations would focus solely on building the best teams possible?
My opinion is that a top-performing team allows a company to reach any level of performance they set for themselves. Every business should focus on this rather than setting growth objectives first and then recruiting the people to fit the organization's structure and to reach its...
Here is what I know, every time you say YES to something, automatically you say NO to something else. There is real power in knowing what you want and saying NO to what's not in alignment with that. What's your take on this?
Are you a YES or a NO type of person?
One of the great questions I love asking entrepreneurs, business owners, consultants is, "If you'll do it all over again, what would you do differently?"
Here what the top three answers are and why they resonate with him.
What would you do differently if you'll start it all over again?
Tune in for another mindset shift and learn two tips for your year-end reflection time. You'll hear why you shouldn't spend more than 20% of the time you set apart for reflection to look back at 2019 and how to avoid using positive-negatives in your 2020 goal setting.
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