As a business owner, do you ever experience anxiousness in your life? Business owners and CEOs have many reasons to be anxious. CEOs worry about losing customers, or market share. They worry about a downturn in the economy. They worry about losing their edge. There is not a lack of anxiousness or fear at the executive level. Would you like to live with more peace and calmness? We live busy lives, and we try to accomplish much. The place is often most busy in our lives would have to be our thoughts and our feelings. We get wore down, and we move away from God because of the busyness of our lives and our minds.
However, the best leaders lead with peace and calmness. They have certainty about their place in the world and the value that they bring to the marketplace through their company. Effective executives embrace a different mindset to maintain calmness in the midst of changing world.
The key is to exercise the mind by thinking great thoughts. Many executives spend their days amidst the small things of life. They spend their time thinking about the trifles of business here and there. They seem to avoid vital contact with the greatest truths of life.
What CEOs Should Be Thinking About:
1. Things that are True.
Great thinking CEOs spend their time thinking about things that have been proven. Leaders who spend their time meditating on established facts get further than those that think about issues, weaknesses, or complaints.
2. Things that are Noble.
Great thinking CEOs should be thinking about thoughts that are Inspirational. Inspirational thoughts help the leader to develop abundance thinking. Many leaders fall into negative thinking simply because all of their thoughts are filled with problems and issues. The wise executive cultivates a thought life focused on noble thoughts, not negative thoughts.
3. Things that are Right.
Great thinking CEOs focus on thoughts that are right. Right thinking is correct thinking. Right thinking inspires the leader to have right beliefs, not bottomed out beliefs. Bottomed out belief are those misplaced beliefs of things that we think are true, but are not.
4. Things that are Admirable.
Great thinking CEOs fill their minds with admirable thoughts. These are thoughts that are aspirational in nature. These thoughts remind the leader of their possibilities and the possibilities of others.
5. Things that are Excellent.
Great thinking CEOs focus their thoughts on things that are excellent. They believe in things that are done well. These excellent thoughts are affirmational thoughts.
CEOs should think about such things. Great CEOs fill their minds with these kind of thoughts. In reality, the leaders biggest battles happen in the mind. For leaders to win, they must win here.
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