Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance
Leaders are humans too and people sometimes seem to forget that. You see leadership speakers who have been successful in life fall and you easily judge them. It’s quite difficult to climb the ladder of success, but it’s very easy to fall. What is a person to do when things turn sour?
Pick Yourself Up
First, as leadership speakers it’s paramount that when you fall, you pick yourself up and move on. There will be a lot of talk and gossip concerning your fall, but its best to ignore it. Let the experience, mistake or mishap be a life lesson that you can teach other aspiring leaders. All leaders have made mistakes, but have adopted positive attitudes and moved on.
Secondly, the public doesn’t need to put the leader down. They need to have the forgiving spirit and let what happened go. They need to keep on supporting the leader. One way of showing your support is by writing to the leader, or simply giving them a word of encouragement.
Overall, there are ups and downs in life, but when the going gets tough it’s best to support rather than criticize, gossip and discourage them. For leadership speakers it is important to be mindful of your life as you progress, because you will become an example for someone.
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