Notable leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. and Barack Obama would be lost without having actionable goals and a vision in mind. Take some time to think about what main goals you set to accomplish and give yourself a time to set these goals. Investing in your plan and setting benchmarks along the way will further your progress and help you grow as a leader.
2. Understand Your Strengths and Use Them
Getting to know your strengths and weaknesses can help give you a sense of what you can accomplish and what you need to improve on. If you like getting to know people, use that to your advantage. Start networking and making connections with teachers, peers, and coworkers to help further your career. If you love being creative, start thinking about ways to create change and promote yourself using your skills for a project you’re passionate about! Addressing your strengths can go a long way.
3. Be Passionate
Leaders wouldn’t be anywhere without passion. Find a goal or an issue that you feel strongly about and start to make waves on how you can evoke change. Join groups around your community that also have the same passion or interest. Let your passion show in everything you do. Enthusiasm, drive, and motivation will keep you engaged and hopefully inspire others along the way!
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