Do you feel like a leader when it comes to your work, business, volunteer work, or parental roles? Do you feel like you have that same strength as a leader when it comes to taking charge of you and your own aspirations, dreams, and self-care needs? Let’s figure out a few secrets to help you tap into your inner boss.
Secret #1: Be Clear. A great leader is one is clear about the fact that they are responsible for getting the best results no matter what. Accordingly, they focus in on what they want and what they must do to achieve better results regardless of their fears, doubts and excuses. In order to tap into your inner leader, you must be clear about the results you expect to see since you ultimately achieve what you focus on.
Secret #2: Be Honest. A great leader is one who can be trusted. People trust the decisions coming from a leader who never compromises honesty. In order to tap into your inner leader, you must be honest with yourself about what you want, how you can get it, and what’s been holding you back. And as you learn to trust yourself, you will free yourself to become a better version of yourself.
Secret #3: Be Innovative. There is nothing new under the sun except what leaders do to overcome fear, doubt and the spirit of sameness. Think about, Harriet Tubman was sick and tired of being enslaved, Abraham Lincoln was sick and tired of living a lie, Theodore Roosevelt was sick and tired of hearing the same grumblings and gripes as though there was not resolution, Martin Luther King was sick tired of being treated as a second class citizen because of his skin color; even Oprah Winfrey was sick and tired of hearing the same thing on television and hearing bible scriptures without seeing the promised results. In order to tap into your inner leader, find that one thing that you are sick and tired of seeing, hearing and/or doing and find a way to change it.
Secret #4: Be Committed. Leaders who are the movers and the shakers of the world are committed. There is never a question about their commitment because they finish what they started until they are successful. Even if they fail, they find a way to finish the darn thing until they are successful. Think about the leaders in your life who inspire and motivate you. I’m sure they aren’t wannabes or has beens, but they found a way to slay their way to dominate whatever got in their way. In order to tap into your inner leader, ask yourself whether or not you’re committed to showing up as the best version of yourself. And if so, evaluate your progress.
Essentially, to become a better leader, you must learn to #beCHIC in everything you do to ensure you achieve better results for yourself, manifest more miracles for yourself and to become a better version of yourself. So regardless of what anyone thinks about or what weapons are formed against you, love yourself, believe in yourself and trust that you have what it takes to get through to get to what's meant for you. And as you continually step up and show up as the best version of yourself, you will unleash your inner leader that will help you dominate your destiny.
What about you, how do you awaken your inner boss? Share one way you allow your inner boss to step in, show up and get the best results for you? Of course, if you need help with clarity regarding your voice, vision and next step, send me an inquiry to set up a Business Breakthrough Session to get the clarity you need to design the life you love.
Toni Moore, Esquire is a Legal & Lifestyle Strategist to purpose-driven women. To learn more about Toni, feel free to connect on SM @mstonimoore. Toni also offers business, legal and inspirations tips and strategies in the Legally Chic Newsletter; more information and a gift can be found at legallychicstrategies.com.
Toni Moore, Esq.
Toni is an attorney and business coach who is committed to helping women uplevel their success.
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