Money is just one measurement of wealth. High net worth is only one currency of success. In my mind, there are multiple forms of wealth that you need to look at to decide whether you are truly successful. And playing at world-class.

Here are a few of them:

1. Full Creative Expression.

If you go to work every day and express your absolute best, you have equity that makes you pretty rich. Celebrate that. And take it into account when evaluating the true strength of your success.

2. High-Trust Relationships.

Surrounded by an impressive Circle of Genius? Get to associate with people working at wow? Have friends who would go to the wall for you-and champion the highest version of your greatest vision. If so, than you’re a very wealthy person. I’d encourage you to recognize – and appreciate – that.

3. Personal Leadership.

To me, personal leadership has a lot to do with being congruent. And ensuring that your daily deeds are consistent with your deepest values. Personal leadership also has a lot to do with standing for excellence in a world filled with mediocrity. Being passionate, positive and polite. And standing for fearlessness when others are scared. If you rate high in this category, you have some riches to take account of.

4. Impact and Influence.

Leadership isn’t about your title. It’s about your impact. And whether you run a company or serve hamburgers, the choice you’re faced with every day is to influence other by your example of excellence or play victim to the conditions around you. If your influence is high and you help people become better by all that you model, celebrate that win. And count yourself rich.
In Leadership,



About klungiwe

Katherine Lungiwe is a Sales executive. One of my best quote is “If it’s going to be, it’s up to you”.

Posted on May 27, 2010, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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