Champions and Rebels Lead
by Michael Feeley
I BELIEVE WE are all leaders. It’s a choice to lead – a heartfelt commitment and a profound, passionate pleasure.
I love to coach leaders. Inspire people to discover what it means to them to lead personally and professionally, from storytellers to property managers, college deans, creatives, entrepreneurs, and CEOs.
They are wise, established people looking to be all they can be. To meet their potential and go beyond.
They’re not shopping for fast fix-it results but are willing to commit to change, pace themselves, do the work, service, care, give, grow, last, get what they want, and be happy and prosperous.
Being generic doesn’t work for them. Neither does doing mediocre work. True leaders don’t want to be ‘busy.’ They want to do work they believe in that makes a valuable, real difference. Work they are proud of and love.
It takes courage not to wait around to be discovered, not to compromise your integrity, but to achieve because you are a professional and you care about the growth and welfare of others, in and outside of your work.
I’m in deep service, helping you be the leader you aspire to be. The leader people want to spend time with, invest in, and work with. The leader who has empathy because caring is the organic success choice for leading – trusting people – supporting others to lead, create, collaborate, and take responsibility for their work.
I encourage everyone I work with to see themselves as champions and rebels. Champions train daily. They show up and do their best. Not to beat others out or down but to win and lead with fierce honor. And why a rebel? Because rebels create change.
You have things to share—a voice to be heard. Let’s get it out into the world so you’re expressed from the deepest part of yourself and make the changes you want for yourself and others happen.
Leaders consistently ask (and you already have some solid answers):
*Who am I?
*What do I want?
*What will make me feel happy and successful?
*How can I best serve and care for other people?
Leading is an opportunity. Decide. Step right up and create it.
Thanks – Michael (he, him)
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