I made up my own definition of leadership – a definition that suggests that leadership is a journey.
Leadership: a vessel that carries you away from where you are currently moored.
A journey on a ship suggests that you have to do something – you have to get to the ship and get on. Depending on the type of vessel you may have to swim for your life if it sinks, row, change sails or perhaps power up the engine and steer a course to where you want to go.
The vessel I particularly like is the big ship where a whole crew of people steer the course and share responsibility from getting away from a moored position to a dream spot of total desire.
My ship is that vessel and her name is LIFE Leadership. On LIFE Leadership we help people move away from a moored position while our training system teaches them everything from how to swab the decks through to how to lead a crew through minefields and shark infested waters into a calm lagoon where Pina Coladas are provided in fresh coconuts by happy locals eager to serve.
I encourage everyone to take a journey, to board a ship and to start serving as a crew member. On LIFE Leadership, we help you every rung of the way and we operate as a tight crew.
A home based business in leadership and personal development really appeals to me, as does a team approach where profit share leads to drinking Pina Coladas on tropical beaches.