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You need to be interested. Your organization deserves an engaged leader!

Posted by Aurora Rogers on May 14, 2014 6:00:00 AM

It's bound to happen. At some point things change. engagement

Have you found yourself spending more and more time wondering what's possible elsewhere? 

If the products, services, and/or organization that you represent no longer hold your interest, it may be time to move on. Take time to consider it. It's important. Align yourself with your strengths and pursue your passions. 

You owe it to yourself, your organization, clients, family and friends ... do something you enjoy. 

“The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be. What you are comes to you. Make the most of yourself, for that is all there is of you.”
---Ralph Waldo Emerson

You need to enjoy what you do. Pursue your passion, become worthy of being sought-out, and cultivate a reputation of excellence in everything you do. When passion drives your vision, it is easier to cultivate an image and see it flourish.

Consider the following:

  • Your organization needs people that stand behind their brand. 
  • When you don't represent your organization enthusiastically, you hurt the brand.
  • Your image and reputation are at stake. If you are not motivated, you are likely underperforming.
  • If you have lost interest, you may be personally and professionally stunting your growth.

For your best interest and theirs, take your purpose seriously and start confronting the hard questions you know need to be answered.

You only have one life to live. It's your legacy. Make it count!

If you need extra help in this journey, and want an experienced professional to help you through this process, consider a licensed Life Coach.

Not sure where to find one?  Design Group International can connect you to one.

-Aurora Rogers


Topics: process consulting, organizational development consulting, executive coaching, Design Group International, Executive Development


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