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Law of the Lid

The 21 Irrefutable Laws of LeadershipRecently I was given a copy of The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership and decided that I will partake in applying these laws to my life online.

My hope is that I can also urge you, my readers and friends, to also partake and keep me accountable for my goals, dreams and ambitions as I also help you.

  • List some of your Major Goals. No more than 10; No less than 5. Figure out which ones need help.
    1. Become a Head Coach of a HS or Club Program
    2. Achieve Level 3 ASCA Certification or Higher
    3. Prove my self as knowledgeable in Leadership/Coaching
    4. Become a speaker on leadership and motivation for athletes/workers
    5. Get involved with post-college athletic groups, such as Master’s Swimming programs
  • Assess your leadership ability. Questions not shown as respect the author and his work.
    • Strengths – Legacy, Growth, Buy-In, The Picture, Empowerment, Inner Circle, Magnetism, Intuition, Respect, Solid Ground, and Addition. From what I gather, it goes along the same lines of other analysis that I have done. I’m attracted to people and people are generally attracted to me. Essentially, I am a people person. I like to network and talk, and can seemingly gain their trust through example.
    • Needs Work – Timing, Sacrifice, Priorities, Momentum, Victory, Navigation, Influence, the Lid. What this is telling me is that I have to do a better job of increasing my effectiveness as a leader and rate on a better scale. Not only that, but I also need the willingness to sacrifice my personal time and set better priorities for myself and my teams that I work with.
    • Weaknesses – Process. Upon the first completion of the analysis this is the only area that is a true weakness. The process at which I grow needs work. I’d like some help in how to develop a prices of personal growth that I can engage in and would like some classes, articles or books to help improve myself in this category.
  • Finally, ask others to rate your leadership ability. This is something I’ve not done and I would welcome those of you that read this and know me to do so.