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Leadership:  Leadership is how you interact with everyone, including yourself.  Leaders are quite visible within small and large businesses. We tend to think of them as business owners and CEO's and managers at various levels. Traditionally, leadership also extends into politics and other global affairs.  However, parents, therapists and health care providers, solopreneurs, sports coaches, consultants, mentors, partners in relationship, teachers, authors, and others who interact with people on a regular basis are all leaders. EVERYONE is a leader either by choice or default.


If you don't think of yourself as a leader, then you are limited in your thinking. Leading is the way we help move people, including ourselves, into action. The question is not whether or not we are leaders, but how well we lead.


There are 2 Streams. Which One Do You Swim In:

The High energy, growth, in-the-flow stream?

Or the low energy, sluggish, frustrated and struggling stream?



During any typical workday, most people spend a great deal of time focusing on what's wrong -- with their family, their jobs, their projects, their colleagues, their relationships, and their lives. At work, it's not surprising that studies show that more than 50 percent of the people in our nation's workforce would choose, if they could, to quit their jobs.


More than a hundred years ago, Albert Einstein addressed the scientific community, passionately presenting the idea that everything we see, hear, taste, touch, and smell is not matter, but energy.  Everything that "matters" is energy.

Think about it...When you're at the top of your game and feeling good, what's that like? Notice you're bursting with an abundance of energy to take on the world?  Compare that with when you're feeling down and out. What energy is available to take ANY action?



What kind of leader are you? Get your profile of strengths, find out what default responses keep you from your true brilliance, and what you can do about it. Send an email to beth@edgewaterconsult.com or call now: (708) 792-3848


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