Do you give yourself and your team the freedom to experiment?
Most leaders are so fixated on getting results that they ignore the process required to get there and the tools available to support their journey. But the truth of the matter is that getting results is a game of progress, not perfection.
And the only way for you and your team to make meaningful progress is if you have the freedom to experiment.
The best leaders are the ones that encourage their teams to courageously experiment, to thoughtfully exercise discipline, to consciously reflect on lessons learned, and to efficiently adapt to changing conditions. In Freedom to Experiment, Jim shares valuable tools and techniques to teach you to get the results you desire, effectively lead yourself and others, and become the leader others want to follow. In the process, you will ignite a new level of energy, focus, and momentum in yourself and your team.
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About the Author
I am the founder of Leadership X University (https://lxu.training/).
Those who know me know that I am on a personal mission to have a positive and meaningful impact on a million or more people before my time in earth school is over.
I believe every leader is a teacher and to be a great teacher, one must first become a great student. I believe leadership is earned by serving, coaching, and empowering others.
My goal (for writing this book) is to ignite a new level of focus, energy, and motivation in business leaders so they can do the same for their team.
Personally: I love being outdoors, traveling, and sharing experiences with close friends. I drive a Jeep (mostly on weekends) because it’s fun. I am an Apple guy because it works. And I love a fine bottle of red because it makes me happy.
I journal—a lot! In fact, my daily commitment to quiet time has changed my life, both professionally and personally. I encourage all leaders to develop this practice.
I take my relationships and partnerships seriously. I expect the same for BSP. Those who know me—know me well. I’m in it for the long haul and pride myself in being there for others when they need me. If you’re similar, we are going to have a ton of fun together and hopefully do business for a long, long time.
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