Do You Know How To Get What You Want?
Whether you own a business or in a #Leadership position in an organization, you know what you want. There is no one else that can tell you about your vision but you. While you know what you want, achieving that goal is not the easiest concept to understand. Yes, you are an expert in articulating your vision for your organization, but you may not be the expert in executing such a layered vision.
Picture this: you’re a leader within your organization, department, or team, and you have visualized expectations of how you want things to operate. You begin to conceptualize processes, workflows, objectives, communication requirements, etc., but you recognize some limitations:
YOU CANNOT DO IT ALL
YOU SHOULD NOT DO IT ALL
YOU DO NOT KNOW IT ALL
YOU CANNOT SOLVE IT ALL
In recognizing those elements, what’s the common theme? No matter how much passion you may have in your work, you will never be as #successful if you do it alone. The most successful, wisest, and hardest working people on this earth recognize they need help. The world teaches us that asking for help is a sign of weakness, but that’s very untrue.
Admitting your limitations and seeking the assets of others is a sign of strength and leadership. Gaining perspective and #insights of others helps you to build a bigger and better concept. It’s very easy to become defensive & protective of our vision that we may subconsciously delay growth for prideful reasons. Asking for help is one of the wisest decisions a Leader can do. There are businesses that exist solely to dedicate their time in helping other reach their goals in business.
So now what? You’re dealing with some challenges, and you need help? Not sure how or who, or even if you should ask? Well, after considering those questions, ask yourself a few more:
What are your top 3 goals in business during this fiscal year?
With your current resources, are you able to achieve those goals?
Are these previous goals in your organization?
If so, have your previous activities towards achieving those goals been successful?
Think about the questions. Think about your answers. Considering all that, ask this last question:
Do you think you can be successful if you proceed alone?
Fill out this form. It will help you make one of the most successful decisions for your organization.
Partner, Improve, Exceed-- Abundantly