Pay It Forward

Create Leader A Teams and Organizations

We ended the last chapter on peace describing how as leaders widen their lens, ease up on the “shoulds,” and act less from a place of striving, they’re able to act more regularly from a place of meaning and purpose. The most high-functioning, effective, present, and satisfied leaders have moved beyond asking, “What’s in it for me?” or even “How can I do that stronger or better?” to questions such as, “How can I be of service to others and help transform my team, my organization, or society at large?”

It takes a certain level of inner confidence and a healthy sense of one’s highest and best self to be able to arrive at a place where concepts such as servant leadership and ...

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