Thursday, April 12, 2007

Leadership Success Principle – How To Get The Best Results In Everything That You Do

As a leader you will always be striving to get the best results in everything you do, but it's not always easy to accomplish. There can be many reasons why you don't always get the best results. But I want to share with you a success principle that will help you achieve your goals with the most success possible.

As a leader, you know that it can be very easy to get stuck into a routine of doing things they way they have always been done. As some people say, if it's not broke why fix it? However, we would never have the huge number of innovations that we have today if people like Henry Ford, Bill Gates, and Albert Einstein had thought like that. Even if you don't agree with everything that they have done, they all had one thing in common that has changed the way we live today. They all considered things in their next largest context.

Let me explain. Eliel Saarinen once said, 'Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context -- a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan.' You see, all of these people thought much larger than what they could see at the present moment. They saw how things applied in the next largest context.

As a leader, you have to use this success principle to be able to reach your highest levels of leadership success. How does the work that you do as a leader affect those that are closest to you? How does it affect the families of those working with you? How does it impact your town or community? How does it affect your country? How does it affect the world?

If you can answer these questions you will be able to do things in a way that will produce the best results for your short term and long term goals. Understand fully what you are doing as a leader, and how it affects people on all levels, and you will start getting better results with all of your efforts.

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