What are you going to do today?
And how can you make it different to yesterday? So that today isn’t just a pale copy of yesterday.
What work opportunities are there for you to do something different and to learn something new today?
Maybe you could start doing just one small thing differently, because those small things add up and make a difference.
Let today be in some small way unique
It’s easy to fall into habits – and there’s nothing wrong with that because we need habits to become efficient and proficient. But don’t get complacent, don’t get too comfortable. What one little thing could you do differently today? What step can you take to expand your comfort zone? Try out a new behaviour – maybe be more open than you have been before, how about daring to share more of your knowledge and insights (to the benefit of everyone)?
“The best things in life are often waiting for you at the exit ramp of your comfort zone”
There is a difference between five years experience and having the same year’s experience five times, right? Which would you rather have?
Each day, do something to futureproof your leadership, to prepare for the future.
Push yourself to do something new, dare to step out of familiar habits, give yourself that regular opportunity for development.
Do something today that your future self with thank you for
The future is always just around the corner and things change at great speed. Grow, develop and be curious about what you can learn today. The greatest leaders of the future will be those that rise up and meet the needs of the future. Are you ready?
About the authors:
Mandy Flint & Elisabet Vinberg Hearn, award-winning authors of ”The Team Formula”.
Their latest book ”Leading Teams – 10 Challenges: 10 Solutions”, published by Financial Times International is a practical tool for building winning teams.
You can download a free chapter of the book here.
Praise for Leading Teams: ”This book is a 21st-century guide on how to build a world-class team. I highly recommend it” Steve Siebold, Founder, Mental Toughness University, Florida USA