To Be Successful, You Must Be Intentional

By Tom Sponsel, CPA/ABV, CFF
Managing Partner
tsponsel@sponselcpagroup.com

Some leaders seem to simply have a golden touch. But success is no accident. The best leaders don’t stumble into it — they take a specific path. Here’s how you can follow suit.

Don’t be afraid of failure. Learn from it! The best leaders treat failure as a launching pad rather than a roadblock. In other words, fail forward. Figure out what didn’t work, determine what you can do to improve and keep pushing to achieve your goals. Keep in mind that you may need to modify those goals along the way.

Be intentional. Operate in a deliberate manner. Effective leaders come to decisions through careful and extensive analysis. They always ask questions and hold themselves and their team members accountable. They keep track of goals, evaluate progress and sometimes even bring in a third party to oversee the company’s practices with a fresh set of eyes.

Maintain a healthy balance. Great leaders seamlessly juggle personal and professional responsibilities. And they never lose sight of their long-term goals in and outside of the office. They have a specific vision for their work and home lives.

Whatever kind of leader you are — manager, supervisor, CEO, etc. — and whatever sort of business you’re in, this advice applies to you. Hopefully it helps you on your path to success!

If we can assist you further with achieving success in your business or personal affairs, please contact Tom Sponsel at (317) 608-6691 or email tsponsel@sponselcpagroup.com.

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