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The Four Dimensions of Leadership

 

The four dimensions that leaders work with while striving to achieve coordinated movement are:

The Four Dimensions of Leadership

 

The four dimensions that leaders work with while striving to achieve coordinated movement are:

Spirit

  • Understanding the fact that consciousness or spirit precedes matter. Everything in the Universe is interconnected; everything manifested in the exterior (matter and thought) has an interior and that interior is a consciousness that is common to all.

  • Knowing how to access and work with the spirit that is common to all is the key to developing a leadership foundation that enables sustainable success in life.

 

Mind

  • Understanding that this is where paradigms—a collection of habits that control our behavior—live.

  • Discovering how to shift and change a paradigm to create your desired results – personally, professionally and spiritually.

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Time/Space

  • Time is a master paradigm that is common to everyone. It is often a barrier to the experience of success because it is poorly understood and poorly utilized.

  • Space is the domain of the senses and is the place where “reality” is manifested. Again, what space actually is (a field of vibrational frequencies) tends to be poorly understood and utilized.

 

Personal Mastery

  • Highly effective leaders have mastery over themselves; they have developed awareness and practices that enable them to excel.

  • Effective leaders give themselves a command and follow it – they have strengthened their will and are disciplined.