Children astound me with their inquisitive minds. The world is wide and mysterious to them, and as they piece together the puzzle of life, they ask €œWhy? ceaselessly. Why can`t they have another cookie? Why can`t they stay up after 9:00 pm? Why do they have to share their toys? Why does grandpa have white hair?
As we age, it seems our childlike curiosity diminishes. Yet, after all I have learned, I realize there`s even more I`ve not yet discovered. Through my leadership journey I`ve tried to keep my mind open to growth by continuing to probe for new ideas. In this edition of Leadership Wired, I`d like to share with you the questions I regularly ask myself as a leader.
Questions I Ask Myself
(2) They possess a teachable attitude.
(3) They invest in growth-oriented resources and relationships.
(4) They continually leave their comfort zone.
(5) They capture what they learn by applying their knowledge.
(6) They reflect on what they learn and turn experience into insight.
(7) They pass on what they learn to others.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said it best: €œLife’s most urgent question is: what are you doing for others?
~ Lorin Woolfe
Source : Leadership Wired
[tags]Leadership, Injoy, John C. Maxwell, God, Reflection, Self-Help[/tags]