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How do I know if I'm the right kind of leader for my team?

Many people know Stephen Covey as the author of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People." His book has been a bestseller for a straightforward reason: it ignores trends and pop psychology in favor of principles proven to be fair, honest, ethical. Many people are unhappy with their lives, and they often blame other people or outside circumstances. As Stephen Covey states: 'We are products of our own decisions."

Stephen Covey recognized the importance of habits; productive habits that make us more effective and those we don't want. Most people do not examine their habits because it's part of who they are, but good or bad will affect every aspect of life if left unchecked. Some habits are more important than others. This is a critical juncture where we must decide which ones to keep and which ones can be replaced or changed for something better. It may have been an old routine, but now it serves no purpose.

"We must allow ourselves to undergo paradigm shifts--to change our perspectives on the way things work and not just alter surface-level behaviors," says Stephen Covey. "To achieve true progress, one should focus his or her attention only on those aspects of life which will lead him/her down a better path." This is not always easy to do on our own. If you would like to receive more information about decision-making, please get in touch with me at Let's get started on your path to success!

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