In my weekly journal I wrote one or two take away points for each week – something that I could apply to my life. As I was writing my Leadership Development Plan I looked back at these points and used them to develop my answer for the second question - the principles that you now plan to use to guide your leadership. Below are the principles that I plan to apply in my daily life: * Having a growth mindset and teaching the growth mindset principles to my son. The Leadership is a Muscle article presented the concept that “your brain is like a muscle that can be developed with exercise; just as a baby gets smarter as it learns, so can you; everything is hard before it gets easy--never give up because you don't master something immediately.” I love this concept.
* Having deliberate intent in my daily activities. I am a happier, more successful person when I create a plan for what I want to accomplish and stick to it. For example, the weeks that I have been most successful in the conference for this class are when I complete the readings and my initial post over the weekend. I then don’t feel rushed or stressed out over getting my initial post complete and can concentrate on fully becoming engaged with my classmates and learning the material.
* Living my Life to the Fullest. Many of the take away points from my journal all were related to making the most out of our lives. I need to not get so caught up in the small, day-to-day things, but rather, keep my eye on the big picture and enjoy each moment. Especially with my son. He is growing up so fast and I don’t want to look back years from now and realize I missed out on fun times with him because I was worried about trivial matters. Question Two
My leadership theory is simple, to treat others the way that I would like to be treated. Remember that everyone I come in contact with is a person with their own joys, trials and tribulations will help me to be kind to those around me. Question...
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