4 Ways to Become a Responsible Amare Leader
This weekend we’ll celebrate 246 years of American Independence. While we typically observe the day by taking time off of work, watching fireworks, and maybe having a BBQ with friends or family, this year I invite you to spend some time reflecting.
We declared our freedom with a pledge known as the Declaration of Independence. Among other things, it contained the ideas that all men are created equal and that they have been endowed with certain unalienable rights to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. With this pledge and declaration of freedom, we also accepted a new responsibility to uphold the words and ideas of our Founding Fathers. It is a responsibility we still bear today.
The Amare Way philosophy advocates for freedom as well. Freedom from the pain and suffering that comes from the old, war-like ways of doing business. Freedom from stagnation and misalignment. Freedom from ego and competition.
Just as declaring our freedom from England in 1776 did not absolve us of duty to ourselves and others, if we want to become impactful Amare leaders, we must recognize that with our freedom comes great responsibility. As an Amare leader, you have a duty to both lead by example and to share the principles of your business philosophy. It’s not always easy – responsibility never is. But it is worth it.
Below, I’ve collected a few past issues of this newsletter to help you grow as an Amare leader. Click on any of the links below to read the full issue and get lots of practical ‘how to’ tips.
Be sure to ask yourself the following before you start.
- What does freedom really mean to you?
- How do you recognize and accept the responsibility that comes with that freedom?
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Today’s Amare Wave Wednesday Quote
“Freedom is the will to be responsible to ourselves.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
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As I mentioned above, for more about how you can put the power of love to work be sure to check out my book The Amare Wave: Uplift Your Business by Putting Love to Work.
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