This post introduces a recent essay on four imperatives for living and leading by example.
When we smile, others smile back. When someone enters an elevator, we move to make room. When audience members stand to applaud at an event, we often join them (even if unmoved to).
Why is this important? It reminds us of our own role and sway in shaping lives at home, at work and in the community. Each of us is a walking, talking bundle of values, preferences and habits. I am what I do and read, how I act and react, and who I spend time with. And so are you.
We have several ways to make the most of this superpower we have to influence others.
Click here to read the essay.