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Living and leading with intention is not always an easy thing. Think about it.  We spend most of our time responding to what is happening around us.

We reply to emails; we return calls, we “like” something on Facebook, we react to something someone says or does. And, most often, our response is not grounded in a specific intent – we’re just responding based on what we are thinking or feeling in that moment

That’s not bad; it’s just not powerful. Tapping into the full potential of your organization requires intention and effort. Invest time and energy in truly connecting with your team. You’ll be amazed at the return on this investment

When I’m living and leading with intention:

  • I respond differently – or not at all;
  • I invest my time, rather than spending it;
  • I’m much better at seeing and seizing opportunities;
  • I accomplish more…and more of what matters;
  • I feel more fulfilled.

You can find additional information on intentional leadership at Refresh Leadership.

Are you living and leading with intention?

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RIC LEUTWYLER – My work journey has taken me from dishwasher to CEO, from fast food to cloud based technology, from Davenport, Iowa to more than 30 countries around the globe. Along the way I have enjoyed leading, learning, contributing, mentoring, strategizing, innovating and giving back. One important lesson learned along the way is that there are opportunities to make a difference in all aspects of our lives. This has made the journey all the more rewarding.  ContactFacebookLinkedInTwitterYouTube

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