Do you realize that your personal growth (or lack thereof) affects those around you?

Have you ever considered how YOU can affect the environment you live and work in by making personal growth a priority?

Perhaps you’ve heard the analogy of being either a thermometer or a thermostat. A thermometer simply reads the temperature of a room. A thermostat controls the temperature. When you make personal growth an intentional part of your life, you become a thermostat. You begin to affect the “temperature” in your family, your workplace, and your community.

As a personal growth and leadership coach, I am always on the lookout for people who are growing. I love to observe how one person has the power to make things better in their environment. As a leader, your goal should always be to make things better for those around you. You should be paying attention to what is broken and how you can  help fix it. Leadership is about relationships. Broken things get fixed by people. Consider the following questions:

Who are you investing in?

Whose “lid” are you lifting so they can be more successful?

Who are you encouraging to make themselves better?

What is the condition of your environment?

What needs to change?

What actions can you take to make things better?

You are powerful…more powerful than you probably imagine. As you grow, you have the ability to lift others to new heights. To improve the conditions of your environment, invite others to join you in your growth journey. Your invitation may be just what they need to improve their lives at home and at work.

Key Question – Who is one person that you should reach out to today and begin this journey?

Be Intentionally Great today!