8 Rules From the World’s Most Successful Female Leaders
8 Rules From the World’s
Most Successful Female
1. Find courage.
You can conquer your fears to achieve
true success. Be courageous and try
something new, even if you don’t know
how it will work out. Refuse to become
complacent with what you’re doing and
constantly seek improvement.
2. Understand calculated risks.
Taking risks likely instills a sense of fear
in you, because you do not know
whether the risk will pay off. Remember
to find courage and take that risk!
Carefully think over the decision and
then make a calculated risk in order to
3. Imagine bigger.
When trying something new, ask how big
it can be. Instead of settling for how
things already are, innovate new ideas
and get creative. You can always be
more successful or aim for something
higher, so keep yourself on your toes
and look ahead to the best you can be.
4. Discipline yourself.
You cannot do everything at
once, so practice discipline to
manage your time and focus
on the areas that truly ignite
your passion. If you spread
yourself too thin, everything
you’re doing will suffer.
5. Take control of your career.
Constantly evaluate your career
and think about where you want
to be. What do you want to be
doing in five years? Ten? Take
the necessary steps to reach
those goals. The only one who
can really help your career is you.
6. Utilize determination.
If you truly want something, you need
to constantly stay determined to get it.
Without that determination and focus,
you’ll feel defeated whenever an
obstacle arises. Know what you want
and never stop chasing that dream.
7. Make smart hiring decisions.
Many people advocate hiring a diverse
group of employees, so you can hear a
variety of ideas and perspectives. If you
hire a group of people who thinks exactly
the same way, you’ll miss valuable
viewpoints and lack a well-roundedness
that’s essential to business.
8. Be a master at delegating.
While it’s common for successful people to
value control so they know tasks are being
done correctly, it’s vital that you know
when to delegate. If you try to do every
single thing yourself, you’ll burn out. Learn
to delegate tasks, at work and home, so
not everything rests on your shoulders.