Wooden mannequins pushing puzzle pieces into the right placeImagine having an organization full of committed individuals. I mean really, truly, deeply committed.

What would this look like in your business? Having everyone on the same page working to achieve shared goals and objectives, putting personal differences aside, forgetting how to play the blame game because the result is what actually matters. Wow. What a company that would be.

As a leader of your company, business, community, or even your family, it’s your job to motivate others to commit, and the way to do that is by communicating the dream, the goals, and articulating the important role each person has to play.

Commitment will increase productivity and profitability while providing all involved a sense of shared achievement – of being part of something bigger than themselves. It makes it fun.

What type of leader will you be? The kind that inspires commitment in others because they can see how hard you are working to achieve the dream, or the kind that stands there with a bullhorn hoping to motivate.

As a leader, it’s up to you. No excuses.


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