Mastery requires accountability, commitment, and the ability to perform great in your business’s most challenging moments. This requires a designed plan for your mindset, execution, and skill development. Each plan needs a period of implementation to work through pain points in your systems and processes. As you focus on skill development, you will experience momentum within 12 weeks of design, creating stability in your business with proven processes. This will allow you to focus on the five leadership abilities to scale your business.
“Accountability is not consequences; it’s ownership.” You must be willing to own your thinking and actions and not blame others or make excuses for your results. The most crucial part of accountability is tracking and measuring the results you want to improve with a scorecard. Accelerate your results by reporting back what you are tracking and measuring.
You must be strong in both long and short-term predictions. Long-term predicting is your ability to predict and plan 90 days and beyond. Short-term predicting is your ability to solve all issues daily and weekly for the company’s greater good. You must take a big step back, rise above the organization, and see the big picture. Once you have taken a step back, you must decide the right and best way to structure the organization to get to the next level. Forget about people, personalities, and egos. You must trust your Accountability Chart to determine the right structure for your organization. As a result, you will identify all available seats and determine who is accountable for what. This will ultimately help you get the right people in the right seats.celerate your results by reporting back what you are tracking and measuring.
Commitment is keeping your promises to yourself and others. A strong desire to be emotionally powerful is the key to a solid commitment. Without it, you won’t be motivated to keep going when things get tough. If you continue to give in to your emotions vs. your commitments, you will become emotionally powerless. Business requires us to act on commitment, not feelings. Learning to do the things you need to do, regardless of how you feel, is a core discipline for success.
Honesty is the most critical aspect of any business to remain connected to the people and processes that lead to results. It will be the first step to turning problems into opportunities. Without honesty in any business relationship, we will become emotionally attached to outcomes vs. connected to the best solutions for the business. Removing your leadership ego and developing confidence in decision-making, knowing numbers don’t lie.
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