Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
Leadership speakers encourage future leaders to start thinking like eagles. Eagles are the kings of birds, and to be a leader, you have to be a king among your group. You have to stand out. Here are some of the characteristics eagles have that leadership speakers say that you should incorporate into your professional lives.
Eagles attack all prey. Eagles do not get scared. They just focus on attacking their food. This means that you must not be scared to tackle and lead any project, big or small.
Eagles can see very far away. You must have a vision of our dreams. Never lose sight of our wants in life and use those goals to drive yourself to work harder.
Eagles fly high, but can also fly low. Eagles fly higher than any other bird, but it can still fly with those at the low altitudes. This means that while you know that you can be better than other people can, you must remain friendly towards them.
Eagles only eat their own kill. Eagles never eat other predator’s seconds. As a leader, you should only take credit for the things you have personally done. People will not respect you if you ride on the coattails of other people’s achievements.
Eagles fly into storms. You must constantly and actively find challenges and try to overcome them. Don’t be afraid, and do not allow failure. Be confident in your abilities.
Eagles renew themselves. You must continue developing and renewing your abilities to keep up with the ever-changing world. Never get complacent. Always develop yourself and remember that there is always one aspect in your life that can benefit from self-development.
Try to follow these guidelines during your professional life, and you will be a great leader. Leadership speakers highly recommend trying to incorporate these eagle characteristics in your personal life as well.
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