“Genius is a Latin word; the Romans used it to denote an inner spirit, holy and inviolable, which watches over us, guiding us to our calling. Everyone who creates operates from this sacramental center.”
–STEVEN PRESSFIELD, AUTHOR, THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE
A sports agent friend is a leader in the field. When his intern requests that he call back a “VP” of another company, he replies, “That’s not a King’s job.”
Tactful? Not really.
To succeed over time, to unlock your genius, you have to know what your job is.
Tom Brady gets paid to throw the ball, not run down the field. Simplicity is power.
When you have clarity, you own the vision it takes to do your job better than anyone else.
Habits Mantra: “That’s not my job.”
To your success,
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- Book: “Execute to Win: How Leaders Get Results”
- Podcast: Performance Conversations with Thought Leaders
- LinkedIn Article: “That’s On Me Leadership: How to Build an Ownership Culture in a World of Excuses”
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