“Management is doing things right. Leadership is doing the right things.”–Peter Drucker

The best leaders not only get others to do things better than they thought they could, they inspire others to do things that have never been done before.

“Best practices” become new and better systems, the result of an organized mind, winning habits, and a relentless focus on achieving worthy goals. Fact; You can’t be the best leader without first being an organized leader. Success is designed.

What does it take to be an organized leader?

Begin by associating the word coordinated with being organized. When you are coordinated, everything you have is in sync. Rather than coming off as “off,” you are put together, mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Your energy is positive, always moving in the right direction.

Beyond nailing the fundamentals of health and well-being, you need two specific skills to be an organized leader.

Skill #1: A Systematic Approach

The ability to channel your team’s work toward a shared objective in a focused, consistent, and methodical way.

Skill #2: Prioritization

The ability to discern the “practice outcomes” and design “your drills’ accordingly.

Each skill multiplies your capacity to master time and create extraordinary results. A system safeguards you against having to reinvent the wheel every year. And prioritization ensures that you are leading with specificity and intention, achieving goals that take you further, faster.

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill said, “No one can guarantee success in war, but only deserve it.”

Being an organized leader is about creating your own success. You prepare. You plan. You prioritize. You delegate. You take action. You learn.

When you do the work, you deserve the rewards.

© René Vidal


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