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MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR MY NEXT LINKEDIN LIVE ON OCTOBER 5 AT 11:30 AM (MST)!

Hi Reader,

Much emphasis is placed on being in the moment. What leaders often forget is how that focus on being present can accumulate over time and create an enduring culture of winning.  
 
You may recall that we talked about how some people believe that you die twice—once when you take your final breath and then again the last time someone says your name. It’s a powerful way to measure your legacy and the impact you had on others by being present.
 
Today, I’m exploring part three in a series about leadership at the top level. We’ve explored my views on getting to the C-suite and on staying there, and now we’ll unpack leaving there. While I use the C-suite as an example, these principles apply to many levels of leadership.

I’ll start the conversation by asking a question: What if you applied the belief about dying twice to leadership? What if, instead, you looked at your post as a chance to lead twice? In other words, your first leadership tenure is the time you serve others in your position, and the second is the legacy that lives on.

In answering this question for myself, I've landed on three core principles for leaving a legacy. Head to my blog to discover what those principles are.
3 PRINCIPLES FOR A LASTING LEGACY

By living out these three principles, you’re not only leading in the moment, but you’re also leaving a lasting impression.

Live your why,
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