In this episode you will learn:
- What is a development plan?
- The importance of always working on your development
- Why you need 4-6 support people as part of your development plan
- Why saying no and having healthy boundaries is crucial to your development
- The KEY question to ask when thinking about relationships in your life
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“One of your indicators of your happiness is that you have goals. People who have goals are more fulfilled and happier in life. I do believe one of the things as leaders, we need to surround ourselves with people that help us grow and develop. I think no matter where we are we need to be intentional about our growth and development. People who have goals are more fulfilled, live more purposeful, and are happier.”
“Keep growing. Keep learning. Don’t ever stall out and stop. That’s going to show up differently for different people. It makes all the difference in the world. In the long haul of your race, you running the race all the way, and not being sidelined or losing hope, momentum, or energy. The minute you stop growing you really start going backwards.”
“I do like to look at development comprehensively that it’s about the position that you’re in, wherever that is, whatever that role of influence is in your own life. You want to grow in that position.”
“Your potential to have influence is going to be so much greater when you take charge of your own growth and your own development.”
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