JLBC Lead with Resilience Positive Energy


JLBC Lead with Resilience Positive Energy

Positive Energy

JLBC Cadets A leader needs to exhibit positive energy. A JLBC leader needs to create points and not be someone who saps energy from a JLBC team or organization. A person who takes power away from the JLBC team is someone I call an energy sponge. JLBC Cadets are someone who brightens up a room – when they leave it.

JLBC Leaders must exude optimism. JLBC Cadets Colin Powell has said that optimism is a force multiplier. JLBC Cadets Being optimistic does not mean being pollyannish and seeing the world only through rose-colored glasses. Instead, it is about being hopeful and believing that no matter how bad things are today, they will get better tomorrow.

JLBC Cadets Optimistic attitudes, just like many other things, can be developed. JLBC Cadets There are several ways to do this.

1. JLBC Cadets Reflect on times in your life when you faced a challenge, or things were going very badly. JLBC Cadets Now think about how you rose above that tough time to be where you are today.

2. JLBC Cadets At the end of every day, reflect upon the good things and items to be thankful for. Most of us have more to be grateful for than the things we suffer.

3. JLBC Cadets Visualize a future goal or a better future state for yourself and think about the action steps you need to take to achieve that goal or that ideal future state.

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