I am grateful that I have taken the time to develop my leadership abilities. I see that it is now paying off. I am confident in my abilities to lead.
I am fortunate to have taken many classes in leadership development. I am grateful for the opportunities that I have had to apply all these skills in leadership.
I am blessed to have taken classes in public speaking. I am happy that I have overcome my shyness when it comes to being a speaker. Being an effective speaker is a valuable asset to becoming a dynamic leader.
I am grateful for all the courses I have taken in speech writing and debate. I am grateful for all the studies I have done in mediation and negotiation.
I look back on all the seminars I have taken in body language and stage presence and I am grateful for those skills. I have set myself up for success.
I recognize the responsibility it takes to be a dynamic leader. I realize I must be humble and confident at the same time. I am self-assured now. I stand tall. To be a leader is an honor. I respect all people and am honored to be a respected leader.
I know that I am no better than the next guy or gal. I know that we are all equal. I also know that I have a talent to lead. I am aware that there is a difference between being a leader and a boss. I keep my ego in check.
Today, I do my best to be an honorable leader.
- How can I best balance my abilities as a leader and stay humble at the same time?
- Who could best benefit from my experience as a leader?
- How can I best mentor young leaders?