COMMIT TO CONSCIOUS LEADERSHIP – ACTIVELY ENGAGE IN SELF-MASTERY: December 17, 2018

“Conscious leaders have realized that
they are not the sum total of their egos.
They work at consciously choosing
their reactions and responses
outside of their automatic,
habitual conditioning.
Conscious leaders are actively
engaged in self-mastery.
They are on an evolutionary path
– consciously – and they do things
that help them to move along this path.”

Gina Hayden, Becoming A Conscious Leader:
How to Lead Successfully in a World That’s Waking Up

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A LESSON IN SELF-MASTERY:

“[T]he self-mastery of conscious leaders is about
building their relationship with the present moment . . .
These leaders try to avoid getting caught up
in concerns about the future or hankering after the past.
As a result, they are fairly free of fear and anxiety
(about the future) and guilt (about the past).

Accepting everything as it is,
is therefore a key practice of the conscious leader
as part of their ongoing self-mastery.

[S]elf-awareness is a minimum foundation of conscious leadership.

Staying neutral, whether or not results are achieved,
is possibly the most challenging thing of all for leaders to do,
precisely because they are measured, promoted and paid
on how well they achieve results.
Being a conscious leader does not mean that you suddenly give up
caring about whether or not results are achieved –
it means not getting caught up in whether or not results are achieved.
There is a subtle but important difference.

 It’s about coming from a less needy place in yourself,
where you are not simply trying to fill a void
or chasing the tail of something that promises goal fulfillment.
It’s a state where, rather than struggling,
you are whole, complete and happy;
where you are able to hold yourself in a way
of being where you don’t need anything to be different
from how it is, yet where you can still be effective
in creating results and outcomes.

 Being a conscious leader is therefore often about achieving more with less effort.
Because these leaders release their fixation on outcomes
and controlling them or forcing them in a particular direction,
less resistance is created. Instead, by accepting their current reality,
staying present and slowing down,
they become more attuned to more possibilities of what might happen next.
Patterns emerge, systems are clearer,
possible next steps stand out in greater relief,
and their responsiveness to what is most important is heightened.

Gina Hayden, Becoming A Conscious Leader:
How to Lead Successfully in a World That’s Waking Up

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