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Being authentic means that not only do you present an honest face to the world, but you are comfortable and happy with yourself as you are. It means having the courage to be yourself regardless of what people will think about you. Authentic people engender trust and therefore make great leaders. Being authentic means leading with your heart not just your mind.
Great collaborators start and end with people. If you want to get ahead in your career or in life, developing these specific characteristics can help ensure that people will always want you on their team. Great collaborators check their egos at the door. They’re more interested in helping everyone achieve the mutual goal than they are about getting credit for any part they play in it.
Creativity allows us to stretch out minds, do new and exciting things, and engage ourselves in a way that takes us one step closer to reaching our full potential. It is said that of all human activities, creativity comes closest to providing the fulfilment we all hope to get in our lives." While some people certainly come by these tendencies naturally, incorporating a few creative practices into your daily life will help you achieve your full creative potential.
Resilient people understand that life is full of challenges, and by remaining open, flexible, and willing to adapt to change resilient people can maintain control of any situation and think of new ways to tackle problems. They are aware of situations, their own emotional reactions, and the behaviour of those around them. They can quickly adapt and recover using mindfulness techniques to focus on the tasks at hand.
A principled person acts with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them. To be principled is to be systematic about ethical living and to have integrity in the face of adversity.
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