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You really do want to be the one in charge of your life.

Take time regularly to determine what is important to you.

Constantly monitor your margins (health, energy, time, and anything else that you consider a resource).  

Work with your self-manager to set up systems and processes that work for you... keep tweaking the management system as your life changes.

Self Leadership: Text
Foggy Waters


If you don't do this yourself-- others will gladly do it for you!

Just because you are a good person doing good things does not mean that you are the one in charge.  Take time to reflect on what you really want to do.

This does not mean give up your responsibilities! Instead, consider what is essential and work to move everything else out.

Once you know what is essential to you, plan the best course of action for each essential facet.

Self Leadership: Welcome
Motivational Speaker


Keep Gas in the Tank

As the self-leader, you are in charge in monitoring and making corrections to your margins.  

It is up to you to make sure that the money from work does not take away from the time in your life to give to your family.

You won't be successful long-term if you don't keep your health consistent.

You'll need the energy to do the things you know will benefit you.

Your feeling of self-worth can take a real hit if you aren't able to do the things that are important to you because your finances are out of whack or you have no time.

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Helping Hand


Leader Meet Manager

As you develop the direction and balance your resources, you will want to work with the self-manager during weekly planning sessions.  

Self-management often needs course correction and guidance.  If you make changes to your life's direction, you will need work with your manager-self to brainstorm the new actions.  

Basically, you will need to wear both hats at times... 

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