Becoming a decision maker might be a new perspective for you right now?! Or you would love to permanently act as a decision maker but you don´t get that “program” running for you – yet?!
Whatever it is that holds you back from deciding where to go, how fast or slow, where and when to stop for a while and when to proceed…… all this might have to do with changing the role you´re currently “in”.
Understand that none of us received a script for our lives, neither the lines we need to say nor is there a director who manages that our environment delivers just for us, always, and permanently.
We´re not living and working in the Land of Hollywood where there is a script to follow for each actor, once he or she got a job! Gosh, how often I´d prayed to finally find my script……
If you play a role now as a not yet truly professional decider, you might think of changing roles to become the Decider-Type you want to be. That includes you need to think and act like a leader.
You shouldn´t look for a leader nor ask one, but BE the leader and boss for yourself. Be the boss, be the person who allows change into your life and deal with it.
The following items are to take over when changing into the full-time leader role:
- awareness for the urgent change-requirement
- self-leadership with a vision for your life, developing strategies to measure the (first) results
- communicate the vision and strategy with yourself (become confident) and with your environment
- plan first successes short-termly
- always be responsible for your actions (incl. the painful consequences)
- lead your life or team with a strong process-orientation to get to the change effectively
- consolidation of success
- cultivate your new mode of behaviour
Start with yourself!
Be your own boss, be disciplined and please love your goals!
No positive vision – no goals, no “new role” vision.
You won´t get up early mornings nor move a milimeter if you don´t like to go where you will go today.
Becoming a decider-type has to do with running for change! It has to do with leaving pain or boredom behind – in the past – walking towards the better days. A decider changes roles in life until she or he is acting in the final role she or he was meant to be in!
You´re going to be a disturbing rebell until you took over the role for which you were meant to be.
Responsibility and communication (the matching lines!) are the most important features you need to have an eye on when changing roles! Every role comes with new responsible acts. Are you ready?
BE A DECISION MAKER. BE OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect –