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What were YOU made for?

"Our assignment in this lifetime is not to shape ourselves into someone we think we are supposed to be... but to find out who we authentically are and become it." -James McPartland


Access Point: Courageous Conversations | Blog post by James McPartland | Speaker, Author, Executive Coach

We are all born into this world with a personal destiny, and a responsibility to fulfill our life assignment by giving our gift away.


As team leaders, professionals, and entrepreneurs, our journey involves working on those gifts and sharing them with those around us.


So, how can we strive to become the person we were destined to become?


Lead with Purpose: Just as a writer passionately writes and a mother nurtures, as a leader, your role is to guide, inspire, and lead your team toward success.


Nurturing Excellence: You have the power to nurture creativity and innovation within your team. Embrace your role as a creative force for your organization. Play the notes of collaboration, communication, and cohesion to create a culture that strives for growth.


Doing Life Better: Encouraging your team to achieve greatness in their respective fields is a valuable trait for a leader. But it is equally important to apply the same principles to your personal life and relationships. Doing life better can mean improving how you listen to your family members, fostering better collaboration in the workplace, or even paying attention to the small things about your spouse or team member. Whether it's your personal or professional life, it's all a part of life.


More than all these, helping others discover their own gifts is a gift in itself.


A rewarding aspect of this process is teaching others how to pay it forward similarly — creating a ripple effect of growth and accomplishment.


Going hard after what we are meant to step into isn't easy. But is easy the end goal in life? Or is it the FULFILLMENT we're after?

You get my drift. 😉

Mac


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