To become a Positive Health Leader (PHL) it will take practice, practice, practice. I recommend everyone try to do something representing PHL ideals EVERY DAY, or as often as possible. By doing something small but supportive of PHL, our skills will increase, we will make a positive impact on the world, and will help it become a habit.
To do Positive Health Leadership it takes practice and effort. It also means being confused. I just finished, Search Inside Yourself by Tan and saw this great and fitting quote:
Lewis and Clark were lost most of the time. If your idea of exploration is to always know where you are and to be inside your zone of competence, you don’t do wild new shit. You have to be confused, upset, and think you’re stupid. If you’re not willing to do that, you can’t go outside the box.
To help everyone learn how we can start putting these ideas in action, I have posted below. I encourage all to share what they are doing as a comment below this post.
I also recommend all follow this blog by clicking on follow this blog via email. That way each time someone posts efforts made you can learn about them. Also to help move our efforts forward offer words of encouragement, suggestions or help. If we all use this blog, we will learn faster and multiply our efforts in making a positive difference.
Thank you in advance for all you do!