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Successful leadership requires a healthy leader. We can only lead to the degree that we are well enough to lead—body, mind, and spirit. Our energy, motivation, productivity, creativity, and interpersonal savvy are contingent upon our own health and well-being. As such, it is essential that leaders learn effective tools to achieve work-life balance, stress management, resilience, and a positive mind-set.
In addition, one of the most powerful ways you will lead is by example. Your employees and peers will watch not just how you work, but how you live. How you live will demonstrate to others what is important to you. By modeling a healthy, balanced lifestyle you will inspire, and have the tools to equip, those around you to do the same.