What is the Law of Explosive Growth? What can you, as a leader, do to push your business to the next level and make it succeed at increasingly higher levels? The Law of Explosive Growth is the second-to-last of The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership. This law states that effective leaders look beyond themselves by developing leadership qualities in others. If you are not encouraging leadership in your subordinates, you are limiting your company’s potential for growth. Keep reading to learn about the Law of Explosive Growth by John C. Maxwell.
Are you trying to motivate a group of people to partake in an activity? Do you struggle to get all the group members on board? If you’re trying to encourage group behavior, it’s important to realize that each individual in the group has their own levels of motivation. Some members of the group will join an activity right away while others will lack interest. Continue on to learn how to manage group behavior.
What is the Law of Sacrifice? What does sacrifice mean in the context of leadership? The Law of Sacrifice is one of John C. Maxwell’s 21 laws of leadership. This law says, “A leader must give up to go up” because you can’t achieve anything without giving up something in return. Keep reading to learn about the Law of Sacrifice plus some real-world examples of its application.
What is the Tiny Habits Method? How do you put together a Tiny Habits recipe? The Tiny Habits Method consists of putting together daily, ten-second habits that set you up to accomplish big habits later. The Tiny Habits recipe goes something like this: “After (blank)…I will (blank)… And I will celebrate by (blank).” It’s an easy recipe to follow and can lead to big changes. Continue on to learn how you can integrate the Tiny Habits Method into your life.
What are the nine Taoist virtues? What are the four levels of faith? How does one become a Taoist master? According to Stephen Mitchell’s translation of the Tao Te Ching, there are nine Taoist virtues that make up the “Supreme Virtue.” By embodying those Taoist virtues, a master is able to embody the four levels of faith. Keep reading to learn more about the Taoist virtues and masters.
Why isn’t having motivation strong enough to prompt a change in behavior? Why is motivation so unreliable? If someone offered you a million dollars to lose ten pounds right now, could you? Of course not, it’s literally impossible. That’s because motivation is only one of the three factors required to make a change. Having the motivation to change is important, but it’s not enough to carry you to your goal. Keep reading to learn why you can’t rely on motivation to change a behavior.
What is the Fogg behavior model? What does the equation B = M A P mean? What is the difference between a behavior and an aspiration? If you were told to set aside $500 in your savings account right now, could you? There is a difference between aspiring to do something, and actually breaking down the steps to do it. The Fogg Behavior Model is a simple way of breaking down the components of behavior. Continue on to learn more about the Fogg Behavior Model.
What are the two types of leaders of group change? What are the benefits of trying to make behavior changes in a group? There are two types of leaders when it comes to group change: Ringleaders and Ninjas. Ringleaders are clearly recognized leaders of change and Ninjas try to make positive changes from the shadows. Continue on to learn about the benefits of changing with others and the types of group change leaders.
What are the seven steps to achieving goals from Tiny Habits? How can you turn a vague aspiration into a lasting habit? According to BJ Fogg, there are seven steps to achieving goals. The steps are: pinpoint your outcome, brainstorm behavioral solutions, identify Golden Behaviors, find the tiny version, choose your prompt, celebrate, and refine. Continue below for descriptions on how to carry out each of the seven steps for achieving your goals.
What is an idea Multiplier? How can a good leader make their team smarter? Idea Multipliers are leaders who encourage their team to give their all by giving employees space, expecting the most from everyone, and encouraging fast learning. In contrast, Idea Diminishers think they have all the ideas, cause anxiety, and judge others. Keep reading to learn how the best leaders make everyone smarter and the worst ones think they have all the answers.