12 Laws of Leadership

12 Laws of Leadership: Law of Energy and Mindset

12 Laws of Leadership: Law of Energy and Mindset

Let’s chat about the law of energy and mindset in leadership!

12 Laws of Leadership

 

Why Leadership?

There are three reasons leadership is critical in life and in business. The first is that everything starts and ends with leadership. To ensure long term business sustainability and success requires great leadership. The second reason that leadership is important is that people connect with a leader first, and then the vision. The third and perhaps the most important reason that leadership is important is because strong leadership is required for increased levels of employee engagement and performance, customer loyalty, and ultimately profit.

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Why the Law of Energy and Mindset?

There’s two parts to energy and mindset. The first is that thoughts begin your energy. Emotion amplifies that energy. So you’ve got to be emotionally connected to your mission, your vision, your values, your goals. You’ve got to be emotionally invested and embody something in the future. Here’s a video I recorded about the Law of Energy and Mindset: https://youtu.be/V8KShYW7_l8

“Everything is created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.” ~ Robin Sharma

 

 We talked about passion and vision, and being able to articulate this so clearly. Your ability to harness your energy and really use that energy to influence other people is critical. The second part of this is mindset. Leadership really starts with mindset. Mindset is a prerequisite if you will.

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3 Reasons the Law of Energy and Mindset is Important in Leadership:

Here are three reasons why the law of energy and mindset are important in leadership:

  1. The first is this… the toughest person to lead is yourself. We must uncover our blind spots to raise our leadership greatness and effectively be able to lead others.

       2. We must embody the emotions around our legacy that we want to leave. This includes embodying our vision in order to connect with others.

       3.  The law and energy and mindset is important is because mindset is a prerequisite to leadership. You’ve got to be very clear about your mindset, your blocks and your limiting beliefs. As an entrepreneur, I’m just like you. I have experience comparison, procrastination, perfectionism, lack of boundaries, lack of self care. The list goes on. Like who am I to teach this? Nobody’s going to want what I have to offer. There are common entrepreneurial mindset blocks and limiting beliefs that prevent us from shining our light… from standing up, stepping out, and owning it!

Law of Energy and Mindset

 We don’t know what we don’t know. That’s where a great coach comes in. You know expanding your business requires a great mindset and a great team. That’s where I come in. I work with entrepreneurs who are bold and brilliant and understand that: MINDSET + CULTURE + LEGACY = SUCCESS

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 If you can recognize your blind spots like I have uncovered mine, then you gain momentum to start leading others to greatness!  I know as an entrepreneur you can relate to things like:  Who am I to teach this? There’s so many other people teaching leadership these days.  Everybody’s talking about leadership. I missed the boat  or I’m not the perfect whatever in order to do X, Y, Z.  Baloney,  👊stop it, 🤦cancel, boom💥.

Here’s the truth. Nobody knows what you know, and can share what you know, how you know it, the way you can.  So the next time your ego gets involved, or you think about blind spots or anything that’s keeping you playing small, know that awareness is key. Be aware of where your mindset blocks might be and work to overcome those. That is the key of a great leader is  your weaknesses, your mindset blocks, limiting beliefs, and working to shift those so that you can better lead the way for yourself and for others that you are meant to serve.

If you are ready to:

1. Rise above your internal chatter and the crap that keeps you playing small AND

2. Lead your business like the “Rockstar” CEO you know you are  AND

3. Create a culture of highly engaged employees and loyal/raving clients  AND

4. Save time, money and countless brain cells stressing over how to lead, manage, grow and succeed in business AND

5. Take imperfect action

JOIN me for the Leadership Rockstar Group Coaching Program starting Monday, May 22nd, 2017. It’s the only program of its kind that integrates mindset, leadership, hiring, culture, and legacy in one place. You get live coaching with me every step of the way.

Leadership RockstarsIf you want to be a ROCKSTAR LEADER… a LEGACY LEADER… register HERE and let’s get started!

 

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Founder and Chief Inspiration Officer at Center for Inspiring Greatness
Tandy Elisala is passionate about bringing hope and wholehearted living to people going through cancer and their caregivers. Tandy went through cancer four times and learned how to heal using conventional, complementary, and alternative therapy. She left her 23-year corporate career to take care of both parents simultaneously for 2 ½ years. She now teaches what she learned on her journey and how to thrive during and after cancer using the true sources of health and healing: hope and mindset, spiritual connection, relationships, alignment and mind, body healing. Tandy is a multiple best-selling author, radio show host, mother of three grown kids and her precious dog, Roxy. Learn more about Tandy at www.tandyelisala.com.

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29 replies
  1. Apolline Adiju
    Apolline Adiju says:

    I agree with you, Tandy. The toughest person to lead is yourself. We must uncover our blind spots to raise our leadership greatness and effectively be able to lead others.

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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      Sonya, mindset really is fundamental to all we do. I think merging mindset and social media as a niche would be a great move for you!

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  2. Joyce Hansen
    Joyce Hansen says:

    Totally agree, Tandy. The hardest person to lead is ourself. Also, I think many times we don’t think of ourselves as being leaders but rather as bloggers, marketers, coaches. etc. Or, we don’t want to step into a leadership role. Wonderful idea to offer your expertise with your Leadership Rockstar Program.
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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      Thanks so much, Joyce! You raise a great point that we don’t always see ourselves as leaders. That’s something we should change because we ARE leaders… whether it’s for ourselves, our families, our careers or businesses.

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  3. Candess M Campbell
    Candess M Campbell says:

    Tandi your program looks fantastic! So often I have taught what I needed to learn. Counseling, teaching and leading have all held me accountable to doing my own inner work. With so much information available today, having a program like yours to guide one is so valuable. Thanks for sharing!
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  4. sherry Richert Belul
    sherry Richert Belul says:

    Tandy, thank you for all of this inspiration + motivation! What especially spoke to me was the section on energy. I’ve been very mindful of energy + emotion lately. What you wrote really spoke to me as a great reminder: “Emotion amplifies that energy. So you’ve got to be emotionally connected to your mission, your vision, your values, your goals. You’ve got to be emotionally invested and embody something in the future.” Yes! I’m going to make an audio recording of that (with appreciation to you) to add to my collection of self-coaching. 🙂

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  5. Reba Linker
    Reba Linker says:

    Tandy, I love what you wrote: “We must embody the emotions around our legacy that we want to leave. This includes embodying our vision in order to connect with others.” This is my path as well, walking the talk and embodying all that I teach. Thank you for a lovely post!
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  6. Cathy Sykora
    Cathy Sykora says:

    Very empowering things to consider, Tandy! I love the mention of the importance of emotion, how it can guide us and accelerate our vision, but we can’t allow any negativity like doubts to hinder our progress. Thanks for the article, these tips are so valuable.

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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      Indeed, Cathy. Emotion is KING (or QUEEN). When we come from a place of LOVE, we make better decisions. When we come from a place of doubt and fear, that’s where things mess us up on all levels. I’m glad this article was valuable! Thanks for your comments.

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  7. Lori English
    Lori English says:

    Tandy,
    A great post and I love where you wrote that we need to lead ourselves. This is a wonderful inspirational program that you have here. Thanks for all the good work that you are putting into it to help others achieve their goals.

    Lori English

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  8. Teresa Salhi
    Teresa Salhi says:

    The mindset is the power – or the limit – behind everything we do and who we are in the world. To lead others we must first lead ourselves – and mindset is a perfect place to master. Love your and message. I am all over this too and right there with you sister. You are a rockstar!

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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      YES! Teresa, I love how you said the mindset is the power – or the limit- behind everything! I couldn’t agree more sister!

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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      Letting our light shine… standing up and stepping out is our divine birthright, Tamuria. Thanks for your comments.

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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      I loved your recent post about worry, Susan. THAT has a lot to do with mindset. I appreciate your comments:)

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  9. Beverley Golden
    Beverley Golden says:

    Whether in our personal or business lives, we always seem to be our own stumbling block, as so often we are too close to actually see where we stop ourselves and what we would be wise to change. I’ve learned that learning to stand back and have an objective perspective about ourselves and who and how we are, is the only way to actually change things. I do think there are people who are good at learning others, in spite of some personal shortcomings, so life truly is an ongoing process. I love that you said ‘awareness is the key to uncovering blind spots’, as basically without that, we keep doing the same things over and over again, wondering why we aren’t making the progress we want to achieve. Thanks for your insights, Tandy! It sounds like you have been there and can now help others in areas where they are leading from their blind spots!
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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      Hi Beverley, standing back and having an objective perspective our ourselves and who we are and how we show up in the world is KEY! You are right on when you say that life is an ongoing process. Indeed it is.

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  10. Alicia
    Alicia says:

    This was such a stellar article and it expresses above and beyond what is most important for understanding true leadership. I loved how you broke down the 3 Reasons the Law of Energy and Mindset is Important in Leadership. You really knocked it out of the park with posts. It’s truly a value add on steroids. I always enjoy your works and this one just powered me up on a whole new level because I resonate with every word at the deepest level and teach these same core principles to others and those whom I serve.

    Tandy words can not even begin to express how much your works are appreciated and how important it is for you to continue your great works. I’m really enjoying this series. You are truly a gift to the world at large.

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    • Tandy Elisala
      Tandy Elisala says:

      Alicia, wow, I am honored. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and feelings with me. I’m so glad these articles are valuable for you. That makes it all worth while. You are a “rockstar” girl! Thank you Thank you Thank you.

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