Call for Leadership
What would compel you to crack open a book whose title begins A Call of Nature? Does this first phrase grab you? If yes, you answered the dinner bell. A call of nature typically refers to what came in must go out. A call of leadership requires us to consider what goes into our thinking, our believing, and ultimately, what goes into our behaviors, which manifest either that attraction of...
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The following pages are written for you the reader as a means of offering choices—alternatives—in choosing how to respond when recognizing the appearance of being stuck in the same specific scenario, repeatedly. Will you hear advice? Yes, whether directly, or indirectly, through stories and from people who also live the struggles of life. Do you experience struggles?
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Reflecting previously on the vision, one’s calling as a leader, and the emphasis on development of others, note how what has been discussed weaves through responses of a Hall of Fame football player and coach, Mike Singletary. Does one see the self-reflection and continual growth in one’s own journey reflected through Mike’s self-reflection and personal growth?
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Taking thought from the previous reading, questions that can serve to expand one’s leadership gut, one’s perspective, such that one sees more possibilities for action in the moment, amid changing situations, possibilities that can be more productive for relationships and for results, include the following.
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The eagle consumes live food. As an eagle, it pays to occasionally soar again, and to land in a different spot, with the benefit of a different view.
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Marty Zimmerman is married with two daughters and a growing family of four grandchildren; he enjoys living in Michigan. A Naval Academy alum and Marine Corps veteran, he also served as a leadership/executive development coach in a Fortune 100 company and later operated his own business. He has enjoyed coaching leaders through the years in their 360 leadership...
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