This is the third article in our series on healthily leading from home. You can find the previous articles at my blog.
Today we will look at some healthy practices to enact while leading from home:
All three of these practices help you to become both a better leader and a healthier one.
Accepting limitations means accepting that we can’t do everything. There are too many tasks, needs, and people that need attention. This is at once terrifying, because it implies failure, and liberating as it gives us permission to choose. Understanding that everything won’t get done means that you choose what gets done today and what doesn’t. Accepting limitations also makes it easier to shut down at the end of the day.
Acceptance makes it easier to focus on priority tasks, to let go of our aspirations to be perfect, and encourages us to delegate. In the video, I’ll discuss five ways to deal with things that aren’t your priority items.
Being fully present is the single most powerful thing you can do to both improve your leadership and enhance your state of mind. Being fully present means that you are physically, mentally, and emotionally present to the person or task in front of you.
Steps to being fully present:
Being fully present helps you:
Strengthening connections is imperative in a time of physical separation and isolation. Try these:
Do good and be well,