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The law of solid ground

Tweet – Trust Is the Foundation of Leadership (DAY 6 – The 21 Day Leadership Challenge) Leaders build trust. Spend some time today building or strengthening the trust that someone has in you. Dig into it: Trust is the foundation of leadership. It is the most important thing. Leaders cannot repeatedly break trust with people …

The law of E. F. Hutton

Tweet (In the 2008 eddition it´s called: The law of Addition) – Leaders Add Value by Serving Others (DAY 5 – The 21 Day Leadership Challenge) This law is taken from the old commercials “When E. F. Hutton speaks, people listen”. Find someone who’s a stronger leader than you are. Now just listen. Dig into …

The law of navigation

Tweet – Anyone Can Steer the Ship, but It Takes a Leader to Chart the Course (DAY 4 – The 21 Day Leadership Challenge) Setting goals is important. Navigation takes it one step further because you’re plotting a course of actions that take you to the goal. Define a goal for yourself and plot a …

The law of process

Tweet – Leadership Develops Daily, Not in a Day (DAY 3 – The 21 Day Leadership Challenge) Leaders use a process whenever they build something. It makes your ventures repeatable and scalable. Build a step-by-step process for doing something. Dig into it: Leaders require seasoning to be effective. If you continually invest in your leadership …

The law of influence

Tweet – The True Measure of Leadership is Influence – Nothing More, Nothing Less (DAY 2 – The 21 Day Leadership Challenge) Leadership is not about your title or position. It’s about leading. Can you lead in a situation where your title or position don’t matter? Practice some anonymous leading. Dig into it: True leadership …

The law of the lid

Tweet – Leadership Ability Determines a Person’s Level of Effectiveness (DAY 1 – The 21 Day Leadership Challenge) Every leader has a ceiling. Maybe you’re destined to be the supreme master of the universe or maybe you can’t even get your dog to come when you call him. Think about your leadership lid and what …