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Courageous Leadership

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Hey, good morning. I hope you are having a awesome morning or afternoon whenever you’re seeing this, so I just wanted to take some time and reflect on the month, the month of July, this is the very last day. 
We have been home for four months. I can’t believe it’s gone so fast, to be honest with you. 
I’ve heard many others say that they felt like it went slow. But for me, I feel like it’s gone super fast. 
My family is getting completely stir crazy, the teenagers. They’re tired of being quarantined. 
I am a mom being a little overbearing about it. It’s hard not to be with the numbers going up that the way they are. 
We also have had riots. We’ve had to make decisions to put our kids back in school and operating a business, in unpredictable time. I really believe our country needs leaders, and it’s on my heart to grow that part of who I am very blessed to have a really great coach who pushes me, and an amazing environment, and the coaching organization that I’m part of. 
So, for me, that has been my focus becoming the best version of me, to be able to rise up and take care of my family, and be a great leader to my people. 
There’s no blueprint on how to do this virtually. We’re just learning as we go. So, out of the month of July, and my John Maxwell 365 day reader. One day, that really sticks out to me. I’m reflecting back on July 12.

Courageous Leadership Simply Means I’ve Developed:

 1. Convictions that are stronger than my fears. 

2. Vision that is clearer than my doubts.

3. Spiritual sensitivity that is louder than popular opinion. 

4. Self-esteem that is deeper than self-protection. 

5. Appreciation for discipline that is greater than my desire for leisure. 

6. Dissatisfaction that is more forceful than the status quo. 

7. Poise that is more unshakeable than panic. 8

. Risk taking that is stronger than safety seeking. 

9. Right actions that are more robust than rationalization. 

10. A desire to see potential reached more than to see people appeased. 
You don’t have to be great to become a person of courage. 

You just need to want to reach your potential and to be willing to trade what seems good in the moment for what’s best for your potential. 

That’s something you can do regardless of your level of natural talent. Make a small decision today, that won’t increase your confidence and leadership courage. That sums up the month. So many things happening in my world, and I am doing it for the good of our company. And that’s really truly what I’m focusing on is I believe in the company that I’m part of, I don’t know what company you’re part of, but believe in them, it’s really, really important, especially during this timeframe, believe in yourself. 
And I believe in the company that I’m part of and I just want to make it a better place for so many to be in, and I know my heart’s just full. We’re doing things like learning to be homeschool moms and dads, and we’ve decided to keep our son home from school. For safety, and we are going to have him on a learning program that the school provides a very good guided by us. So I am very thankful for this journey. And I just want to help others be better be the best that that that they can. So, I don’t know what you’re going through. I don’t know when you’re watching this, what year what month. Just know that no matter what’s happening in the world. You can get up every morning. You can create discipline to do anything you put your mind to. So, I’m really thankful that you tuned in. As you know this is a journey for me. Stay safe, and we’ll talk soon.

Christina
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Hi. Here is Christina Griffin. I am from Tampa florida

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