Do I? (post by Kirk Weisler)

The following questions are taken from the book, “The Tripping point in Leadership” by David Byrd.

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“These questions below require some deep self-analysis and soul-searching, but they will help you understand the habits of your thinking.

  • Am I generally positive or negative?
  • Do I expect to succeed or fail?
  • Do I seek to support or criticize?
  • Do I seek to praise or find fault?
  • Do I focus on my strengths or seek to hide my weaknesses?
  • Do I seek to learn from my mistakes or be defensive about my perfection?
  • Do I expect the best or the worst?
  • Do I seek to build others up or tear them down?
  • Do I most often fear failure or desire achievement?
  • Do I seek to encourage or discourage?
  • Do I spend my energy focusing on people’s strengths or weaknesses?

You attract the circumstances that fulfill your expectations.”

Kirk Out.

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