Source | qz.com | Drew Dudley
A personal leadership philosophy is a set of beliefs and principles you use to evaluate information and respond to people and situations. It allows anyone who hears it to gain an understanding of your values, priorities, approach to decision making, and what you expect from yourself and others.
For many years, I relied on this philosophy: When you don’t know what to do in a situation, ask yourself: “What would the person who I want to be do in this situation?” Then do that.
Simple? Yes. Easy to follow? Hell no.