The Uncovering of Leadership Part 3: Leadership Through Strength

Written By: Lance Piatt

Strengthening can often be summed up in a few dynamic and inexhaustible terms…

  • Healing
  • Mending
  • Rallying
  • Recovering
  • Rejuvenating
  • Restored

Character is the cornerstone of living from a place of strength. By accepting who they are and making conscious choices to live by their values, people can experience radical transformation. Such a shift requires courage and trust in oneself, but allows for greater freedom, joy and purposeful living. It’s an ever-increasing journey of self-awareness and choice that rewards those who take the plunge. Seize the opportunity and make your life extraordinary.

This is a journey of self-discovery that will bring you closer to living an authentic and meaningful life. Let go of past judgments, expectations and limitations – believe in yourself and you can reach new heights. Live from the inside out: it’s time to take charge of your character and your destiny.

Embrace the power of choice and become your own unique individual with a life worth celebrating.  Let go of old patterns and create something new – let yourself be free to explore, grow and expand. It’s time to trust in yourself and your values – this is the way towards an extraordinary life.

  • Healing: Being able to restore health and well-being through various methods such as physical, psychological, spiritual, or emotional treatments.
  • Mending: Taking the necessary steps to strengthen relationships and overcome obstacles that may stand in the way of progress. Examples include seeking help from a therapist or counselor, attending support groups, or engaging in activities that foster connection and collaboration.
  • Rallying: Drawing strength from within to rally up positive energy and maintain focus on the task at hand. This can include setting realistic goals, delegating responsibilities, staying organized, and taking regular breaks to avoid burnout.
  • Recovering: Dedicating time and resources to restructure and rebuild after facing a crisis or difficult situation. This can include taking a step back to assess the weight of the issue, accepting help from others, and setting realistic goals for recovery.
  • Rejuvenating: Allowing yourself time and space to revive your energy and confidence by engaging in activities that focus on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual self-care.
  • Restored: Working to restore balance in your life by addressing areas of difficulty, seeking assistance if needed, and finding ways to remain hopeful. This may include reconnecting with family and friends, engaging in activities that bring joy, or investing time into a hobby or skill.

What else is Leadership through Strengthening?

  • Self Acceptance
  • Self Authority
  • Choice and Choosing
  • A Life of Purpose and Values

See you in Part 4

Peace on your Days



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