How to Wake From Sleepwalking and Find Vitality Again


How to wake up sleepwalking and regain vitality

The old sneakers feel at home. Rituals are an oasis in turbulence.

Rituals are stability. But allows you to sleep in the desert.

What worked in the past is perilous now.

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The danger of rituals is comfort.

5 signs of somnambulism:

As you stretch, you replace the French vinaigrette with an Italian one.
You do not remember the last time a new face sat in the meeting.
The annoying frustrations are "just as things are".
You know the result of conversations and meetings before having them.
You feel relieved when new ideas are presented.

5 ways to regain vitality:

# 1. Buy new shoes.

Choose a new leadership skill to develop and allow your inner circle to see your journey.

Tell others what you are working on.
Invite the participation of others.
Establish behavioral goals.
Invite comments.
Practice the skill until it looks like worn jeans.

# 2. Prepare for resistance.

Other sleepwalkers do not want you to wake up. It is difficult for you to hold yourself and others responsible, if you neglected this skill, for example.

Sleepwalkers love predictability and stability. They push against change.

Tips for dealing with resistance:

Communicate positive intentions and goals.
Allow time for others to adapt.
Ask others for help.

# 3. Turn to the sun. Do not fight at night.

Do not just react against things you do not like. Choose positive intentions and forward-looking goals.

Concentrate more on where you are going and less on where you have been.

# 4. Bring new voices into the mix.

I received an email from a leader who said to me, "I am interested in exploring another voice." He understood the wisdom of bringing in the most effective voice. ;outside. I have worked with his company for two years.

# 5. Do not turn on all lights at once.

A small instability ignites the dynamism. Too many changes blind sleepwalkers.

Rock the boat, do not run it.

How could leaders wake up from comfortable rituals and models?

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