In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell shares his thoughts regarding the book Patton on Leadership. It’s a good read for anyone interested in improving their leadership qualities.
Here are the show highlights of Leadership Principles From General George Patton:
- Doubt in your voice (7:03)
- Adapting principles to circumstances (5:00)
- Leading by example (4:18)
- The habit of winning (3:28)
- A word on leadership (2:56)
- The ability to narrow focus (9:26)
- Thoughts on progress (11:06)
- Focused commitment of life energy (12:13)
- Balance of time and resources (14:06)
- Do the hard work upfront (18:11)
A Word on Leadership
Everyone can develop their leadership skills. It’s not just for someone running an organization or for coaches.
Leadership is like the essential qualities of self-compassion and love. You need to have it first before enforcing it on others. Simply put, you can’t lead others if you can’t lead yourself.
The Habit of Winning
Winning is a habit and not just a goal. It takes time for the mind to settle on doing something, and turn it as a habit. That’s winning—having the momentum to work on your plan every day.
It’s difficult to keep losing in life. Imagine having to lose a lot of pounds. For you to improve, you need to lose an ounce at a time.
Leading By Example
A leader has to go ahead of his followers. It’s important that you lead from the front. For Kyle, he does the actual training and maintains a healthy lifestyle.
Another important leadership quality to learn is the ability to adapt one’s principles to circumstances. To do so, you need to know your principle first. Learn more leadership principles from today’s episode!
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