LMI'S DEFINITION OF PERSONAL LEADERSHIP

Posted by Preeti Raj Posted Date:03/15/2021 10:00 AM

Personal leadership is the self-confident ability to crystallize your thinking so that you are able to establish an exact direction for your life, to commit yourself to moving in that direction and then to take determined action to acquire, accomplish, or become whatever that goal demands.

YES - YOU CAN!  The real question is - WILL YOU?

Invest time this weekend working on your goals in your Plan of Action.

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