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The Secret to Effortless Leadership

Published 25 days ago • 1 min read

Howdy, Zack here.

Why do some leaders make 'it' look easy?

In my coaching practice, Top Teams, we discuss the six S's that Top Leaders do better than most:

  1. SOLIDIFY | build strong foundations
  2. STRATEGIZE | plan & iterate
  3. SIMPLIFY | reduce complexity
  4. STICK w/ IT | plan our work / work our plan
  5. SHAPE | lead the way
  6. SERVE | our circle of impact

It's one thing to list these abilities, but how can you embody them?

Here's a roadmap I share with my clients:

3 STEPS

  • Take a Mental Assessment:
    Rate yourself on each quality honestly.
  • Do It, Even When You Don't Feel Like It:
    Implement Mel Robbins' 5-Second Rule.
  • Build a Culture of Top Leaders:
    Foster these qualities in your team and organization. You'll grow faster, together.

Just remember:
To become a Top Leader, live out the 6 S's daily, even when you don't feel like it, and soon enough others will wonder how you and your team make 'it' look easy. 😌


3 FAVES

  1. 👨‍💻 Top Teams — My letter to prospective B.O.S. coaches.
  2. 💜 Senja — How I love to collect testimonials.
  3. 👨‍🏫 Certified Top Coach™ — Our 1st cohort launches June 10th.

Until next Wednesday, use the 6 S's to grow as a leader.

How We Scale

Written by Zack Swire. Illustrated by Jenna Brown.

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