Leading from Within

Your FREE Guide to Leading Your Most Important Supporter

Welcome to Leading from Within.

Most of your leadership problems will boil down to a single individual. This individual knows what annoys you, your fears, your ticks and your weaknesses.

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. — John Quincy Adams

This person will test you at every corner. If you slack off just a little, the hardest person to lead will criticize you.

You know this person all to well because the hardest person to lead is you.

This FREE course will give you the fundamental skills to be a leader of your most important supporter — yourself. You can sign up for the course by providing your email below:

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Over the next 12 weeks, you will learn to acquire the skills to lead yourself. Once you have mastered yourself, then and only then, can you lead others.

The next 12 weeks will test your resolve, push your limits, strengthen your character and get you ready for the big show — leading your own group, team or company.

What Leading From Within Covers

Each week, a different lesson will arrive that will cover some aspects of the following topics:

  • Motivation

  • Self-confidence

  • Productivity

  • Work and life goals

  • Self-awareness

  • Interacting with others

Each one of these topics constitutes the traits that all good leaders develop and understand. By mastering them, you can lead yourself to achieve great things.

Who Will Benefit From The Course

The goal of Leading from Within is to give you the foundation to lead yourself to success.

This course is for the person who is:

  • A community leader: trying to improve their neighborhood or city

  • An entrepreneur: who has a great idea but needs a solid base to launch from

  • A corporate manager: looking to get promoted, make their group more productive or taking on more responsibility

  • A freelancer or professional: who wants to bring their business or practice to the next level

  • An endurance athlete: that wants to train and race better by learning how to lead yourself to success.

Each one of these individuals share a common thread — they need to lead others to get their project, company, idea or task off the ground.

That leadership,organizational mindset and drive needs to begin with you.

If you ever wanted to:

  • Manage your time better: be more efficient by learning how to work with others

  • Understand what motivates you: so you can achieve more

  • Reveal your passions: we are more likely to accomplish what we are passionate about.

  • Conquer your fears: so you can move past them to success

  • Develop your talents and strengthen your weaknesses: by realizing what you excel at

  • Start to understand your emotions: by learning how you react to situtations

  • Keep ideas flowing: to have plenty of fresh approaches to solving problems

  • Set realistic challenges: to push and motivate yourself to achieve your aspirations

Leadership is a personal thing. What motivates, drives and challenges us are unique to each and every one of us.

Let him who would be moved to convince others, be first moved to convince himself. — Thomas Carlyle

Great leaders start out with a deep understanding of themselves. With that understanding, they can then lead others by setting the example, keeping their commitments and pushing through adversity.

Leadership is about organizing a group of people to achieve a common goal. By first organizing yourself, you can strengthen your ability to lead others.

People follow leaders who are confident in their abilities, sound in their direction and passionate about their efforts. By Leading from Within, you can build and strengthen those traits so the people around you will want to support you in accomplishing goals.

Course Structure

Every week, for the next 12 weeks, you will receive an email containing a link to a new lesson.

Each lesson will have a detailed discussion of the topic and how it relates to leading yourself.

Along with each lesson, there will be a Things to Ponder section and an Exploring Further section.

  • Things to Ponder: are questions and exercises that will allow you to practice the material and spur you to develop the skill.

  • Exploring Further: is a list of links that will give you ways to dig in a little deeper into some of the aspects of the topic.

Are You Ready?

Right now, you can start your transformation into an endurance leader of one, by simply providing your email address below. It’s that easy and its FREE!

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