What makes you a successful leader today will not keep you a successful leader tomorrow. The world is evolving too quickly. Because of technology and the availability of information, things are changing too fast. The old saying is more true than ever – you will either make dust or eat dust.
Though they have been eliminated from the NFL play-offs, 2nd-year Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller was arguably the finest defensive player in the NFL this past season. In a recent profile in the January 14th edition of Sports Illustrated, writer Jim Trotter gives us a glimpse into how Miller improved dramatically from his rookie season until now.
The following are 10 habits that highly of continually improving leaders:
- Continually Improving Leaders Have A Strong Work Ethic – Leaders who continually improve work very hard. They never rest on their laurels. During the offseason, Miller trained at Velocity Sports Performance in Irvine, CA.
- Continually Improving Leaders Continually Get Smarter – Miller knows that the day will come when he can no longer rely on just his physical talent alone. He is working hard to learn the mental aspects of the game so when the time comes, he can get by on his guile.
- Continually Improving Leaders Continually Upgrade Their Skills – Miller…