As a coach, the majority of my coaching sessions with clients focus on achieving mastery in some form. Some topics are very specific, such as delivering presentations or listening. Others are broad, such as being an effective leader, communicating, or managing emotions.
What exactly does it take to achieve mastery?
It begins with clarity. Identifying the needed behaviors and actions to move toward mastery.
Be intentional and focused. It takes concentrated brain power to go against your natural tendencies due to deep pathways created in the brain. You must be focused in your actions.
Take risks. Allow yourself to be uncomfortable as you move toward mastery. Be prepared to step outside of your comfort zone to experience new behaviors, actions, and interactions.
Embrace change. Keep your eye on the prize. In Situational Leadership® II we teach that being new to a task or goal requires…
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