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Follow My Lead?

"Do as I say, not as I do" ๐Ÿคฃ


this time the LOL was at my expense


yesterday i taken to post about having metrics for professional development


for the express purpose of seeing:


๐ŸŸขopportunity

๐ŸŸขpossibility

๐ŸŸขgrowth


not for the express purpose of:


๐Ÿ”ดgetting angry with yourself

๐Ÿ”ดnegative self-talk

๐Ÿ”ดvalue judgement


so it should come as no surprise


yesterday i set my goal to write 3 LinkedIn posts for the week in 4 pomodoros*


(pomodoro = a cycle of a 25 min working session + 5 min break)


so when it took me 2 pomodoros to write 1 post....


yup you guessed it


the anger at myself:


"when will you ever get good at this?!"


i could sense that feeling bummed...like i was tying my value to the achieving this goal


all i could do was laugh....


and get to writing this post


for those of us as leaders and coaches we can often find it a challenge to "practice what we preach"


we talk often about seeing the red, yellow, green on our huddle boards ๐Ÿšฆ


we tell our team to not see these as successes or failures


but as signs for opportunity


it sounds great....in theory it's harder to practice....in reality


especially in our own lives as lean leaders


how can we measure how we are growing as leaders without judging ourselves


In today's video I'm going to tell you a story about my past that very few know and the three words that literally changed me life...and will change yours too


Struggling with judging yourself in your metrics? Let's chat!


Comment below ๐Ÿ‘‡ on the challenges you face in judging yourself as a leader based on results


#IlluminateCoach #KeepShining #Purpose #LeanLeadership #DailyCoaching

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