You face them every day, you are always reacting to them–positively or negatively.
Think about it. What situations in your life do you wish would change right now?
A different work environment that doesn’t suck the life out of you
Better healthI mean, I get that. Few of us look over our life and pronounce things perfect.
A happier marriage
A closer connection with God
A more understanding boss
I can let circumstances get into my head way too easily. It doesn’t even have to be anything serious to upset me. I can let the weather bother me, loud talkers in public places get under my skin or simply the fact that I feel like my to-do list is too long. Good luck to me if God ever wanted to truly test my character.
So far this year, both in my reading (I reread the classic 7 Habits of Highly Effective Leaders this year) and on numerous podcast interviews, I keep running into a recurring theme: that effective leaders handle circumstances differently than ineffective leaders do.
What’s the difference?
There are at least three deeply significant differences. If you want to imitate the great leaders when you face challenging situations, do these three things. Read More