Feb 25, 2019
“Sow a thought, and you reap an action. Sow an act, and you reap
Sow a habit, and you reap a character. Sow a character, and you reap a destiny.”
--Ralph Waldo Emerson
Growing into the best version of yourself begins with a vision. From there, you program your thoughts around that vision of who you want to become in each facet of your life—as an individual, a spouse, a professional and a member of the community. Thoughts lead to actions, pulling you forward into the future you are creating.
Steve Shallenberger is the Founder and Chairman of Becoming Your Best Global Leadership, a management consulting firm dedicated to developing high-performing employees and teams. Steve built the company around his bestselling book, Becoming Your Best: The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders, leveraging his four decades of research around the things high achievers do to accomplish extraordinary results. An innovator in the corporate training and leadership space, Steve has worked with hundreds of companies and tens of thousands of leaders in more than 25 countries around the world.
Today, Steve joins Emerald to share his practice of visioning key roles to achieve clarity and using present tense language to program thoughts. He speaks to the capacity of strong leadership to change the world for good and the way a clear vision and inspiring goals amplify our courage. Steve also describes the relationship between the feeling of people-first and positive results, explaining why high-performing leaders build high-trust cultures in their organizations. Listen in for Steve’s insight on leveraging pre-week planning to prioritize your time and determine what matters most!
How an early mentor inspired Steve to be a business leader
Steve’s extensive research around prominent leaders
What sets high-performing individuals apart from everyone else
How strong leadership has the capacity to change the world
How a clear vision and inspiring goals amplify our courage
Why high-performing leaders build high-trust cultures
The relationship between the feeling of people-first and results
The difference between personal and organizational vision
Steve’s practice of visioning his key roles to achieve clarity
The value of using present tense language to program thoughts
How Steve leverages pre-week planning to prioritize his time
Why Steve share his goals with others and reports back
This episode is sponsored by the Creative Age Consulting Group. Men - Is it time NOW for you to make your mark? Visit timetomakeyourmark.com to apply for an invitation-only consultation.