None of this was on purpose, but a time has come where I must “Be still” then resume to move with purpose. “It’s been an interesting past couple of weeks,” said @ste_phany. That was quoted back in September. It’s been a series of events, or in short one blessing after another. Good business begot more good business. More capital brought about more opportunity. The scarcity of time produced job creation. The lack of a plan precipitated direction with no course, and that is problematic.
I live on a guiding principle of running my life as if it were a business, and I credit the success of such business to the stakeholders of my life. These are participants who take in interest in my wellbeing, albeit mental, physical, spiritual, or financial. It is my belief that stakeholders ought to be the kind of people who embody the promises your company makes to its customers. That said, I’m not keeping the promises I have made to God, my family, my friends, or in effect my customers.
Leadership is different from management. Neither is better than the other, but both are complementary of each other and necessary for success. Management deals with complexity, while leadership is about coping with change. These activities involve setting future goals, establishing the course and allocating resources to achieve those goals. The leadership activity that correlates with this management function is aligning people. Leaders align people by communicating the vision and getting them committed to that vision. Controlling and problem solving are the management tasks that ensures vision accomplishment. The leadership task for achieving a vision requires motivating and inspiring stakeholders.
The vision is S.B.C. (Small Business Consultants) Startups, Resourcing, & Enterprises, which is a leadership brand seeking a reputation for developing exceptional consultants with a distinct set of talents that are uniquely geared to fulfill customers’ and investors’ expectations. We take hold of opportunities before they present themselves, continually questioning what’s new, what’s next, what’s better? People want to be led by someone “real.” We associate authenticity with sincerity..