No Process = No Progress: 3 Leadership Questions For You

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No Process = No Progress: 3 Leadership Questions For You

Would you like to make progress in the following areas:

  • Projects
  • Dreams
  • Finances
  • Career
  • Personal growth
  • Company
  • Team

I have come to learn that if you want to make progress in a certain area of your life, this will often be determined by what type of process you have.

No process = no progress

Show me success, and I will show you the process behind it.  For every end result there was a method to get there.  What plan is in place for your future success?

We can’t jump to success without having a process. As I work with my clients, they all desire increasing success. They are hungry for change and positive growth.

But with growth comes a continual process of moving forward.  The more they are focused on their dreams and desires, the more we can lay out a clear plan of action to get there.

The Correct Process

The correct process does not tie you down, rather it enables you to go further and quicker. A good process will lead to predictable results. Show me a person with no process and I can predict to you the ultimate results!

Throughout the world, people are hungry for a plan.  As I have spoken in various countries, it’s not simply about building up hope in others.  Hope is not a strategy for success; creating a process is.  This is exactly what a coach can do – help you move beyond simply hoping for progress and creating a clear plan of action to make it happen.

Time is precious for those who are serious about personal growth.  The more you create a process, the more that time is used wisely.  If you want increasing success and change in your life, address the process first.   It is often said, ‘The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”   If you are seeking change, something has to be done differently – again, go back to your process.

I applaud those who have a dream, hope, and desire. However, I admire those who have a process to fulfill their dream, hope, and desire.

Leadership questions to consider:

How good is your process for progress?

Are you happy with the progress that you have made in the last year?

What is the one thing you could do today to help you move towards your dream and vision?

You need to know yourself to grow yourself A good way to do this is to ask ourselves challenging questions.

A good coach will always help you to see things and your world in a different way, enabling increasing progress.

As a coach and thinking strategist, I am passionate for my clients to make progress and not to live with regret and missed opportunities.

I know that not having a robust process leads to no progress and disappointment. However, I also know that a great process can lead to tremendous progress and results.

Today, what process will you put in place to enjoy the many benefits that greater progress will bring?

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2018-01-02T18:09:37+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Leadership, Leading, potential, Team Management, Training|0 Comments

About the Author:

Tony Lynch is an International Business Development Trainer and Coach with more than 30 years’ experience helping Entrepreneurs, Managers, Leaders and Sales Professionals create a competitive advantage in today’s crowded marketplace. Tony has spoken in multiple countries, is a TEDx speaker, as well as being featured by INC in ‘100 Great Leadership Speakers for Your Next Conference’. As a competent motivational trainer he helps his clients to have a winning strategy to enjoy greater influence, impact and income. Tony serves on the President Advisory Council for The John Maxwell Team as well as being a Peer Teaching Partner. He also serves as the Chairman on the Simulcast Advisory Council for The John Maxwell Company as well as being part of the Global Leaders Alliance. Tony lives in England and has been married for 32 years to Sally and has 2 children and 3 grandchildren.

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