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Great Leaders Do what 4 Things Every Day?

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Great leaders don’t cultivate followers. They create leaders. Are you ready to elevate your leadership game? Keep reading to find out what the best leaders do every single day.

Great Leaders Do what 4 Things Every Day?
#1. Set Goals. Then Work to Make Them Happen.

Wake up early and clear your headspace. Give yourself some downtime before the day pulls you in a million different directions. Think about what your objectives are for the day ahead and write them down if it helps you to remember. This list will help you prioritize what needs to get done by the end of the day, so, if needed, you can course correct and still make sure you meet your objectives.

#2. Build an Epic Team. Empower Them. Teach Them to Lead.

Every great leader has a great team backing them up. And, as a leader, you know an essential tip to success is learning how to delegate. Micromanaging and meddling will only make you crazy. Trust that you have built an incredible team and that everyone is working toward the same common goals. Then focus your energy on other things, like new business-building opportunities.

#3. Be a Lifelong Learner.

Never abandon your child-like curiosity. It’s critical to continually work to increase your knowledge of your field, of leadership, of technology, of what’s going on in the world. This will make you more intelligent, keep your mind evolving, and make you a more effective leader. The majority of successful leaders and entrepreneurs work on their personal development daily every single. Knowledge is power.

#4. Encourage Employees.

Employees value a kind word from their leader more than you would think. The best leaders are those that are approachable and those that nurture and encourage their employees. Employees appreciate leaders who are down-to-earth and have mutual respect. It’s so important that people believe in themselves and are excited about the work that they do. It makes all the difference.

What is your favorite leadership tip? Have you used it before? What were your results? Tweet me @lorenridinger.