How to Transform Yourself Into a Successful Leader

A few days ago we discussed success, and what it really means. I also outlined 6 principles that you can use to measure your success, so that you can know where you are excelling and where you need to improve. Now that you have all of this down, it’s time to figure out how you can improve on the less successful areas of your life.

The infographic below is like one of those TLC shows where a dramatic transformation takes place. Only in this case it won’t be your hair, garage, cooking skills, or relationship skills getting transformed,ย it’sย your leadership abilities.

So if you are looking for a dramatic transformation that will rival that of our favorite teacher turned meth dealer, check out the great infographic below.

How to transform yourself into a successful leader (infographic)


Final Verdict

As you can see, it is possible to strengthen your leadership abilities when you know which steps to take. These 34 steps outlined above will definitely guide you in the right direction, and I therefore urge you to start implementing them one by one.

Don’t rush or you’ll get overwhelmed. Instead, select a step and act on it continuously until it becomes second nature to you. Once you are done select a second step.

Leave a comment below and let me know which was your favorite step, and follow step 22 and share this helpful information with your co-workers. And if you would like to have weekly Business Broken Down newsletters sent directly to your e-mail, then sign up above. You won’t regret it!

See you again next week.

14 thoughts on “How to Transform Yourself Into a Successful Leader

  1. Powerful information! It is important to implement those concepts and make them habits, otherwise they are merely information bits sealed off in your brain.


    1. Hi Moritz,

      Your absolutely right. It’s easy to seal off the information and carry on as you were doing before. I hope you have the chance to implement some of these concepts.



    1. Hi,

      Yes it does. It also allows you to work without distractions, which is a big hurdle for me. I hope you can act on some of these tips today ๐Ÿ™‚



  2. I LOVE this list! The one I need to work on the most is #18, Take calculated risks. I’m getting better at risk taking, but man, it’s a tough one.


    1. Hi Deborah,

      Glad you enjoyed the post. Taking risks it quite difficult, so start by taking small ones until you build up the courage to take bigger ones ๐Ÿ™‚



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