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THREE KEY ELEMENTS FOR LEVERAGING TRANSITION

INFLUENCE

The ability to help others see, hear, feel, think and do something that is beneficial for them 

Everyone influences others. You don’t have to be in a high-profile occupation to be an influencer; whenever your life connects with another person, you exert influence. Everything you do– at home, at work, or at play—has an impact on the lives around you. No matter what your goals are in life, you can achieve them faster, you can be more effective and the contribution you make can be longer lasting if you learn to develop your influence.
 

Has Integrity with People: Integrity allows others to trust you. When you earn trust, people respect your motives instead of suspecting them.

Nurtures Other People: If you look around, you will discover that the people in your life are hungry—for encouragement, recognition, security, and hope.

Faith in People: Your goal as an influencer is not to get others to think more highly of you. Rather, your duty as a leader is to get people to think more highly of themselves. 

Listens to People: Be impressed and interested, not impressive and interesting. 

Understands People: Most people do not look beyond their own experience when dealing with others. 

Enlarges People: Most people want to get ahead, but they are reluctant to change. 

Navigates for Other People: People need assistance as they work through life’s difficulties.

Connects with People: To be effective, you must initiate connections. Unless you meet people where they are, no progress will be made.

Empowers People: Entrusting power to others. 

Reproduces Other Influencers: When you influence leaders, you are not influencing just them; you are indirectly influencing all of the people they influence as well. 

GROWTH

“Every problem introduces a person to himself.”

If I were to ask the question: “Do you want to grow?”  How would YOU respond?  I believe it would be a resounding yes, I want to grow!  But the truth of the matter is that for most of us, we avoid any form of pressure because we don’t want to feel uncomfortable.  You see, we have been taught that comfort is a place to be desired and strived for. 

A person’s potential implies possibilities,it heralds hope, and it unveils greatness.

  • Intentionality – Growth doesn’t Just Happens
     

  • Awareness – You Must Know Yourself To Grow Yourself
     

  • Mirror – You Must See Value In Yourself To Add Value To Yourself
     

  • Reflection – Learning To Pause Allows Growth To Catch Up With You
     

  • Consistency – Motivation Gets Your going – Discipline Keeps You Growing
     

  • Environment – Growth Thrives In Conducive Environments
     

  • Design – To Maximize Growth, Develop Strategies
     

  • Pain – Good Management of Bad Experiences Leads to Great Growth
     

  • Ladder – Character Growth Determines The Height Of Your 
     

  • Rubber Band – Growth Stops When You Lose The Tension Between
     

  • Trade-offs – You Have To Give Up To Grow Up
     

  • Curiosity – Growth Is Stimulated By Asking Why?
     

  • Modeling – It’s Hard To Improve When You Have No One Else 
     

  • Expansion – Growth Always Increases Your Capacity
     

  • Contribution – Growing Yourself Enables You To Grow Others

DREAM

Your dream has power. It can inspire you. It can empower you. But will it reward you?

Dream—An inspiring picture of the future that energizes your mind, will and emotions; empowering you to do everything you can to achieve it. A genuine dream is a picture and blueprint of a person’s Purpose and Potential. Ownership—Is your dream really YOUR dream or does it belong to someone else?


Clarity—A clear dream makes a general idea very specific through effort, affirmation and determination.


Reality—The more unrealistic your dream, the more you will be tempted to depend upon things you cannot control to make it become a reality. Match your habits to your dream. Look at what you naturally do well and make sure these habits fit your dream.


Passion—Passion pulls us up enabling us to overcome adversity. Passion pulls us out giving us initiative. Passion positions us well, giving us the greatest odds for success.


Pathway—Developing your pathway to your dream enables you to reach your potential.


People—Develop your team with people who inspire you and include people who are honest with you and whose skills compliment yours. Leaders birth dreams and then find people; followers find the leader and then find the dream.


Cost—Dreams are free but the journey is not. There is a price that must be paid sooner than expected. The price is almost always higher than planned. The price may also require payment more than once and it is possible to pay too much for your dream.


Tenacity—To move closer to your dream, recognize that quitting is more about who you are than where you are. Waiting for everything to be right is the wrong approach. If you cease resources for your dream, your dream achievement will immediately stop.


Fulfillment— Fulfilled people understand the difference between the dream and its realization. The size of the dream determines the size of the gap to achieve it. Every step is appreciated on the journey.


Significance— Want to do something significant for yourself, for others and ultimately with others

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