These Rules are drawn from my over 18 years of passionate work with the Fortune 500 and from The Leader Who Had No Title.
1. To lead is to serve.
2. At the heart of mastery lives consistency.
3. Take care of the relationship and the money will take care of itself.
4. The seduction of safety is always more dangerous than the illusion of uncertainty.
5. To double your income triple your investment in your professional education and your personal development.
6. The swiftest way to grow your company is to grow your people.
7. If you’re not leaving a trail of leaders behind you you’re not leading–you’re following.
8. An addiction to distraction is the end of creative production.
9. The caliber of your practice determines the quality of your performance.
10. Leaders Without Titles are less about ego and more about getting things done.
11. Don’t worry about the economy when you can be so genius at what you do that you create your very own personal economy.
12. Lead where you are planted. Start where you stand. And remember that much of winning is just beginning.
13. The true measure of our leadership is how we perform in volatile conditions versus in times of ease.
14. To lead is to be yourself in a world of clones.
15. Aim for iconic. Why be in it if you’re not dreaming of being in the history books? But be kind, decent and ethical along the way.
16. The humblest is the greatest.
17. Energy is more valuable than intelligence. Health is more brilliant than gold.
18. The thing you most fear carries your greatest growth.
19. All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.
- Criticism is the price brave people pay to arrive at iconic.
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Reproduced with kind permission of Robin Sharma Author of ‘The Leader Who Had No Title’