Tag Archives: Self-discipline

11 Habits Of Emotionally Disciplined Leaders

There are no good or bad emotions per se. However, some emotional displays are more socially acceptable than others, depending on each individual’s socio-economic background, appearances and attached stereotypes. For example, being spiteful and openly provoking someone is socially accepted. … Continue reading

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The 5 Second Rule By Mel Robbins

The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, And Confidence With Everyday Courage by Mel Robbins is a self-help book, urging people to take action by using a 5 second countdown trick. What is The 5 Second Rule? The 5 Second Rule … Continue reading

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The Four Agreements By Don Miguel Ruiz

The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz gathers four “agreements” to live by to ensure a better lifestyle, a deeper understanding of life, a life in the moment. What is an agreement? The four agreements come from the Toltec teachings of … Continue reading

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Don Miguel Ruiz

Don Miguel Ruiz is a renowned spiritual teacher and internationally bestselling author of the “Toltec Wisdom Series,” including The Four Agreements, The Mastery of Love, The Voice of Knowledge, The Four Agreements Companion Book, The Circle of Fire, and The … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Being Present In Leadership

Leaders often find themselves looking for the next best thing, distracted by the past and worrying about the future. However, dwelling in the past or the future brings about dissatisfaction and unhappiness, impedes leaders from being effective, from being creative … Continue reading

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Daring Greatly By Brené Brown

In Daring Greatly, Brené Brown explains the reasons why we are afraid of being vulnerable, the different ways we protect ourselves from vulnerability, and how to become more vulnerable in our society. Daring Greatly means being vulnerable, being engaged, being … Continue reading

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Brené Brown

Brené Brown is a PhD, a researcher at the University of Houston and the author of The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, Rising Strong, and Braving the Wilderness, Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts..

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Fast Focus By Damon Zahariades

In Fast Focus, a quick-start guide to mastering your attention, ignoring distractions, and getting more done in less time!, Damon Zahariades provides tools and strategies to manage your ability to focus. What is focus? Focus is the concentration required to consciously … Continue reading

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Overcoming Procrastination & Becoming More Proactive

Whether you work from home or go to the office, procrastination plagues everybody. However, a leader has no room for procrastination. Leaders who procrastinate are ineffective, unproductive and unaware of their own abilities. They are unable to make the right decisions … Continue reading

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Building An Impactful Mentorship Relationship

I always wished someone had thought me what I know now, so I didn’t need to learn life and office politics the hard way. Needless to say, mentors are hard to come by and it is difficult for women and minorities … Continue reading

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