I am giving everybody permission to suck.
Because brave leaders don't withdraw in hard times, they come through with courage. And if you are not willing to fail, you cannot innovate. When there is no tolerance for failure, there is no creativity.
If we all dared to suck every day, things would change more rapidly.
I hope this video inspires you to chose courage over comfort and to show up when you cannot control the outcome. This moment in time is your proofing ground for creating meaning, connection, and vibrancy for an uncertain future.
You have the heart of a lioness. Why do you let it beat like that of a mouse?
There are millions of people on social media who will never step forward and dare to lead - but are just as eager to rip those apart who do.
Be the leader and continue the conversation with me here: https://www.teamlawless.com/life-success-strategy
The answers are surprising. I asked my followers: ‘How are you and your family doing during the COVID 19 lockdown? What do you need most right now?' Almost everybody kept a positive attitude. But when it came to their kids: not so much. A barrage of counter-questions followed: 'How can we work from home with a three-year-old running around?' 'What can we do without them distracting us from working?' 'What if they bomb the video call with my client?'
Easy answers for me. My wife, Ann, and I have worked from home for eleven years, side-by-side, while raising our now 9-year old son. Here is what we learned.
Let’s face it. Working with kids at home requires a lot of flexibility. The 9-to-5 mentality will no longer do. And that is a good thing because it is an outdated model from the last century. The 9-to-5 workday was invented by American labor unions in the 1800s and went mainstream courtesy of Henry Ford in the 1920s to streamline factory shifts....
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