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LYL Season 2, Ep. 34 – The Law of the Inner Circle – A Leader’s Potential Is Determined by Those Closest to Them

Nobody does anything great alone, nor do leaders succeed alone. What makes the difference is the leader’s inner circle.  In this episode, your hosts Ryan and Jerrod discuss they ways you can improve your inner circle, how to enhance your team’s chemistry, and give an update to the Leader vs. Leader tournament. 

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The Law of the Inner Circle – A Leader’s Potential Is Determined by Those Closest to Them

As you consider whether individuals should be in your inner circle, ask yourself the following questions. If you can answer yes to these questions, then they are excellent candidates for your inner circle:

1) Do They Have High Influence with Others? – One key to successful leadership is the ability to influence the people who influence others. How do you do that? By drawing influencers into your inner circle.

2) Do They Bring a Complementary Gift to the Table? – Bring a few key people into my inner circle who possess strengths in your areas of weakness.

3) Do They Hold a Strategic Position in the Organization? – Some people belong in your inner circle because of their importance to the organization. If you and they are not working on the same page, the entire organization is in trouble.

4) Do They Add Value to Me and to the Organization? – The people in your inner circle must add value to you personally. They should also have a proven track record as assets to the organization. Seek for your inner circle people who help you improve.

5) Do They Positively Impact Other Inner Circle Members? – Team chemistry is vital. You want your inner circle to have a good fit with one another. You also want inner circle members to make one another better, to raise one another’s game. ƒ

Once you’ve reached your capacity in time and energy, the only way you can increase your impact is through others. Surround yourself with high performers that extend your influence beyond your reach and help you to grow and become a better leader.

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“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time around.” – Jim Rohn (Tweet That)

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