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Most leaders I know are in one of four places:
  •  ONE: They're in a little bit over their head (or maybe a lot).
  • TWO: They're stuck in a rut.
  • THREE: They're navigating some sort of crisis.
  •  FOUR: They're about to launch something new.
Interestingly enough, people in any one of these areas all have one thing in common: they need outside help. 

You cannot get out of the box using the same kind of thinking that got you into the box in the first place, and that's where a coach (like me) comes in. 

Fresh eyes.
GET An outside perspective 
Someone who is outside of your system can help you see things that you cannot currently see because you are in the system.
Most leaders I know are in one of four places:
  •  ONE: They're in a little bit over their head (or maybe a lot).
  • TWO: They're stuck in a rut.
  • THREE: They're navigating some sort of crisis.
  •  FOUR: They're about to launch something new.
Interestingly enough, people in any one of these areas all have one thing in common: they need outside help. 

You cannot get out of the box using the same kind of thinking that got you into the box in the first place, and that's where a coach (like me) comes in. 

Fresh eyes.
GET An outside perspective 
Someone who is outside of your system can help you see things that you cannot currently see because you are in the system.
“Every leader who wants to reach his full potential needs a great coach — someone who can see the leadership potential inside and who knows how to draw it out. John Alan Turner is that kind of coach.”
— Jerry Dingmore
Lead Pastor of Piedmont Church
What I find disturbing is that so many leaders say they want to be better, but so few are willing to work at it. 

Instead, they go looking for some kind of magical solution -- a box or a kit or some kind of silver bullet that will make all their problems disappear in 40 Days. 

What they don't want to do is what is the one thing that is practically guaranteed to work:
ask for help
Perhaps they feel like it would be a sign of weakness. Or maybe they feel like it's an admission that they're not Superman after all. 

Whatever the reason, these are the leaders who are consistently stymied by life. Sadly, these are also the leaders whose pride is likely to bring their organizational progress to a grinding halt. 

Worst of all, this could be avoided -- if only these leaders would humble themselves enough to ask for help.
What I find disturbing is that so many leaders say they want to be better, but so few are willing to work at it. 

Instead, they go looking for some kind of magical solution -- a box or a kit or some kind of silver bullet that will make all their problems disappear in 40 Days. 

What they don't want to do is what is the one thing that is practically guaranteed to work:
ask for help
Perhaps they feel like it would be a sign of weakness. Or maybe they feel like it's an admission that they're not Superman after all. 

Whatever the reason, these are the leaders who are consistently stymied by life. Sadly, these are also the leaders whose pride is likely to bring their organizational progress to a grinding halt. 

Worst of all, this could be avoided -- if only these leaders would humble themselves enough to ask for help.
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If you're ready to take your leadership to the next level, and ready to take self-care seriously -- contact me today. I'm here to help, if you're brave enough to ask. 
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