As a person with a vision or a leadership position, you have either heard or told others “develop your mind”.
In an actual sense, what does that really mean? In an attempt to develop one’s mind, both on an individual level and on an organizational level, how do we measure such development?
Here are key indicators to always look out for:
1. What are you now willing to stop doing?
2. What are you now willing to start doing?
3. What do you need to do less of?
4. What do you need to do more of?
Developing your mind increases your level of objectivity, your height of focus, your strength of character and dynamism of strategy.
Attitude is first a state of mind before it matures to an action or series of actions then a way of life.
Developing one’s mind can be measured and it should be measured for the state of one’s mind dictates attitude which in turn determines outcomes.
The process is predictable.