When you realize that you and/or your work aren’t for everyone, it’s liberating. It’s at this point of realization that you can stop your appeal to the masses, and can instead find your audience. So, in an effort to help you push through the noise, here are three ways to shut out the critics when they come your way: [Read more…] about #114: You and Your Work Aren’t for Everyone
Because leadership is personal, it also means that leadership development is self-development. Engineers may have their computers, and painters may have their brushes and canvases, but leaders have only themselves. The instrument of leadership is the self, and the mastery of the art of leadership comes from the mastery of the self. – James Kouzes
It’s hard being you. I get it.
Everybody has ideas. There’s the ones you actually think. And then there’s those ones that you think you think.
Those are the ideas that you get from others and make them your own.
This happens with ideas, thoughts, behaviors, beliefs, whatever.
I find myself trying to be someone I’m not from time to time because they’re popular or “made it” or something like that.
The thing I’ve found is that me being me and you being you benefits everyone.
What makes you…you?