Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Remembering your passions, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
- What all of this stuff boils down to…is being passionate about something in life,…not just the work that you do.…Work is a means to an end.…When you take a step back and say,…what's really important to me?…What puts a smile on my face every single day?…You need that reminder when things are tough.…You need that reminder so you don't get out of balance…and spend too much time at work,…and not enough time enjoying the world around you.…Again, I can be a very intense guy.…
As an entrepreneur, I focus a lot on running my business,…and I need a maxim to pull me away from the desk…and say, hey, hang on, what's important here?…My maxim for doing that is,…a bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work.…Now, you may have seen that on a bumper sticker…or on a T-shirt somewhere,…and it sounds a little bit cheesy,…but it has deep emotional meaning for me.…A bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work…means spending time relaxing and enjoying myself,…even if I'm not catching fish,…is much better than time at a computer…
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- Examine the four critical aspects of leadership.
- Explore how to find your internal motivation and why it affects leadership.
- Identify the key goals that drive a leadership vision.
- Review methods for motivating, inspiring, and developing future leaders.
- Recognize with whom you should share your leadership vision.