something that is greater than our ability to control.” -Tim Dukes
When you are in a position of authority and influence over other people, something that is natural to your way of being needs to guide you. The need to listen to this natural leadership compass is indicated by how imbalanced you find yourself in your personal and professional life. If you are off by just a few degrees, your leadership trajectory will skew the results you are after.
So if you are not getting the results you want, personally or professionally, turn inward and assess. Having clarity and coming to internal alignment is imperative for sound decision making and desired behavioral outcomes.
How do we realign ourselves? We find our way back to a time when we were aligned. For many of us, this means that we become reconnected with our natural world. Now this quite literally could mean that we return to connecting with the earth. However, it could also mean reconnecting with a creative process, our favorite sport, that coveted vacation spot … return to that place or state of mind that allowed us to have a deep inner alignment with the central components of ourselves.