So much possibility wrapped up in that one word: potential.
Maybe you – or one of your kids – got that dreaded note on a report card: “Not living up to their potential.” Ugh.
But here’s the thing about potential: it’s meaningless.
Without action, without the willingness to take risks and make mistakes, without the drive to learn and fumble and be awkward at times, potential simply isn’t relevant.Potential is meaningless without action. Get going. Begin. Do something!Click To Tweet
Do you have people on your team with potential?
Do you have potential?
If so – DO SOMETHING.
Take a risk. Go out on a limb. Challenge yourself. Challenge your team. Explore a new idea.
Potential has no inherent value.
Until you begin to take action.
If you’re struggling with how to develop your leadership – for yourself or members of your team – try this article: Leadership development during the pandemic.
Or this video, Leadership Development without a budget (covers some of the same material).
Wondering why leadership development doesn’t always work the way you wished? This article might help: Why leadership development programs fail.
And then there’s the 3-Day Virtual Corporate Culture challenge to help you align your team and your organization around what matters.