Great leaders are lifelong students.
How do you get your day off to a good start? You have a decision to make. How do you deal with a tense situation? What can you do on a daily basis to gain insight from other leaders?
Consider yourself behind the wheel of a new automobile on a frigid winter day. It’s a wonderful life… Until rusted-out Suburban slams into the back of your car. This occurred to me, and when I learned neither I nor the other driver had been hurt, I had to decide whether to go off the handle and shout at the young woman who rear-ended me or to take a breath and treat her like a human being.
The young ladies were regretful and referenced that she had been debilitated and was headed to take a make-up test at the neighborhood school. I saw her jacket was unfastened and recommended she button her jacket as it was very cold out. I was troubled, however, I decided to react in a positive manner!
The manner in which your character is uncovered isn’t when things are turning out well for you; yet when the surprising or upsetting occurs.
The decision is yours! Anyway, how might you deal with a tough spot?
Take a full breath and serenely react to the circumstance.
Start with a positive glad disposition:
My mom in – law, Pearl Neustein Berger, consistently had a positive cheerful demeanor regardless of what troublesome issues she needed to confront. She was the sixth offspring of eight kids brought into the world to Regina and Herman Neustein who came to America from the Austria-Hungarian Empire, Lemberg.
At the point when her better half passed on of cancer, she was 41 years of age and she had two youngsters to help, ages 5 and 13. She had no schooling and no work. She chose to assume control over issues and got a new line of work at a New York retail chain, where she remained for various years.
She endeavored to accommodate her youngsters, imparting in them solid virtues. She instructed them to contemplate, buckle down, and help other people. She comprehended the significance of going to strict administrations consistently to help build up their character.
She endeavored to