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10 Insights on The Secrets Leaders Keep

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This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.


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Amyk Hutchens Speaker, Trainer, Business Strategist @amykinc A former executive of a billion dollar global consumer products company and awarded International Speaker of the Year by Vistage UK (World’s leading CEO membership organization), AmyK is a catalyst for producing sustainable solutions for today’s most pressing challenges. Thousands of executives around the globe have benefited from her keen insight and understanding of the issues leaders face.


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Insight #1 When leaders replace their feeling of inadequacy and paranoia about being discovered as a ‘fraud’ with realistic assessments about their valuable contributions, they focus less on their shortcomings and failures and more on how they can best use their gifts and talents to create value. What’s your secret?


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Insight #2 If you fear failure, looking foolish or not-being-worthy enough, pause for a moment and reflect on these questions:


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Insight #2 If you fear failure, looking foolish or not-being-worthy enough, pause for a moment and reflect on these questions: When have you said or done something inane with no opportunity to correct someone’s impression of you?


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Insight #2 If you fear failure, looking foolish or not-being-worthy enough, pause for a moment and reflect on these questions: How might your self-doubts be inhibiting your ability to lead?


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Insight #2 If you fear failure, looking foolish or not-being-worthy enough, pause for a moment and reflect on these questions: How are you realistically measuring the value of your gifts and contributions to the world?


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Insight #3 Leaders are human; and as such they require forgiveness and the need to belong. It is a brilliant leader who helps people feel like they belong to something bigger than themselves, and forgives them when they stumble in their contribution to the cause.


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Insight #4 “We must be willing to let go of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.” - Joseph Campbell on identity


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Insight #5 It is the leader who replaces being furious with being curious who is most likely to build a bigger and bolder future for herself. Pause and reflect on these questions:


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Insight #5 It is the leader who replaces being furious with being curious who is most likely to build a bigger and bolder future for herself. Pause and reflect on these questions: How well do you handle setbacks?


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Insight #5 It is the leader who replaces being furious with being curious who is most likely to build a bigger and bolder future for herself. Pause and reflect on these questions: Have you ever not been resilient, succumbing for a time to life’s unexpected disappointments or crises?


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Insight #5 It is the leader who replaces being furious with being curious who is most likely to build a bigger and bolder future for herself. Pause and reflect on these questions: Where in your own life do you believe setbacks are still holding you captive {socially, economically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, politically}?


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Insight #6 When a leader compares herself to everything and everyone, she loses her power and ultimately her mojo. When her mojo is lost, she hangs onto failed situations too long and sometimes self-destructs. When she loses here sense of self, she drifts too far and loses her followers. Trust your own North Star.


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Insight #7 “Some of us think holding on makes us strong; but sometimes it is letting go.” Ask yourself, ‘What is the current and future value of staying committed?What is the current and future value of letting go?’” - Herman Hesse on letting go


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Insight #8 “Never appear too perfect. Appearing better than others is always dangerous, but most dangerous of all is to appear to have no faults or weaknesses. Envy creates silent enemies. It is smart to occasionally display defects, and admit to harmless vices, in order to deflect envy and appear more human and approachable. Only God and the dead can seem perfect with impunity.” - Robert Greene on perfectionism


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Insight #9 If you want to gain influence as a leader, listen to your followers. Invite them to change the conversation, challenge your thinking, present new perspectives and participate in ideation as a natural course of your business.


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Insight #10 The one secret thing that all successful people look to, they don’t look for secrets; they just never stop learning.


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