People and organizations are like magnifying glasses…

magnifying glass

You and/or people on your team may be talented and hard working enough to generate light and heat, as does an almost focused magnifying glass. However, to “be, know, and do” as your Best-Self to create maximum power improves with focused development and achievement from prayers and plans aimed at principles and practices that work better than working without a plan.

The first two best-self leadership practices: 1) Lead your Life; 2)Plan for Life.  I wrote these a few years before meeting Dr. Stephen Covey and find that his “7 Habits” fit and enrich my 7 Best Practices.

Simple suggestion that can have great impact:

Commit to invest a minimum of 1% of your time writing, reviewing, improving, internalizing your plan (10-15 minutes per day over time can provide you with a written Constitution and Legacy, including mission, vision, goals, resolutions, time priorities, and more to inspire and guide you toward what is important.

To support your journey, you may follow this journal, subscribe to Life Leaders Journal and email. or attend our seminars and workshops (most are free to the public thanks to members and sponsors). –David


About Dr. David Dyson

Dr. David Dyson serves as author, coach, and teacher helping students and true professionals to PLAN and LEAD in LIFE. He is founder-trustee of Life Leaders America since 1988 and he is on appointment at Troy University lecturing and doing projects.
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