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👨‍👩‍👧‍👦The 3 simple ideas to stay connected with your family this summer👨‍👩‍👧‍👦
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With a little less than half the summer left, most of us are already switching to go mode for the fall! But if you feel like you didn’t make the most of “family” time this summer, there is still plenty of time to connect with the most important people in your life. Here are three simple ideas to connect with your family this summer! ⠀
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1) Take your kids or (Teenagers) to work with you one day.⠀
Pick one of your upcoming lower-stress days (Think Friday) and make that a take your child to work day! Ultimately, your kids just want to spend time with you and bringing them to where you work is a great way to get that time in. Make sure you plan ahead some activities they can do in the office with you, along with some “play time” activities. The worst thing you can do on these days is stick them in the corner of your office and ignore them all day.⠀
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2) Eat around town.⠀
It’s summer—who really wants to stay in and eat? Now is a great time to take the family out and try out all of those cool new restaurants that have been opening up! Pick one night a week that is the “eat out night” and from now till the end of the summer, rotate who picks out what new restaurant the family will eat at. Only rule? Can’t be where someone else has picked!⠀
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If you're in the Lakeland area, check out @lakelandermag’s new eating guide to lakeland—great summer ideas for the family!⠀
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3) Create a “Family” project⠀
One of the best ways to connect with your family is through shared experiences. One way to build these kinds of memories is through a group project! Set a goal to have something created by the end of the summer, and work every week to complete it. Just make sure it’s not overly tasky or chore-like; cleaning out the garage does not count as a family project. Decide together what the project will be, and you’ll have way more buy-in from everyone!⠀
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So what will you do to connect with your family this summer? Take a picture or a video and use the hashtag #enduringleadership for a feature!
👨‍👩‍👧‍👦The 3 simple ideas to stay connected with your family this summer👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 * With a little less than half the summer left, most of us are already switching to go mode for the fall! But if you feel like you didn’t make the most of “family” time this summer, there is still plenty of time to connect with the most important people in your life. Here are three simple ideas to connect with your family this summer! ⠀ *⠀ 1) Take your kids or (Teenagers) to work with you one day.⠀ Pick one of your upcoming lower-stress days (Think Friday) and make that a take your child to work day! Ultimately, your kids just want to spend time with you and bringing them to where you work is a great way to get that time in. Make sure you plan ahead some activities they can do in the office with you, along with some “play time” activities. The worst thing you can do on these days is stick them in the corner of your office and ignore them all day.⠀ *⠀ 2) Eat around town.⠀ It’s summer—who really wants to stay in and eat? Now is a great time to take the family out and try out all of those cool new restaurants that have been opening up! Pick one night a week that is the “eat out night” and from now till the end of the summer, rotate who picks out what new restaurant the family will eat at. Only rule? Can’t be where someone else has picked!⠀ *⠀ If you're in the Lakeland area, check out @lakelandermag’s new eating guide to lakeland—great summer ideas for the family!⠀ *⠀ 3) Create a “Family” project⠀ One of the best ways to connect with your family is through shared experiences. One way to build these kinds of memories is through a group project! Set a goal to have something created by the end of the summer, and work every week to complete it. Just make sure it’s not overly tasky or chore-like; cleaning out the garage does not count as a family project. Decide together what the project will be, and you’ll have way more buy-in from everyone!⠀ *⠀ So what will you do to connect with your family this summer? Take a picture or a video and use the hashtag #enduringleadership  for a feature!
👩‍💻👨‍💻Don't schedule another thing on your calendar till you've read this👩‍💻👨‍💻 *Tag someone who’s got a busy calendar* 
I think too many people treat their calendars like they do their desks — they clutter them full of tasks and meetings with no major purpose or thought given to what is actually going on there.
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But let me give you a secret—you are in full control of what’s on your calendar, just like you are in control of what’s on your desk. So before you schedule another meeting or accept another invite, think about these three things to make sure your calendar is working for you, and not the other way around.
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1) Do I have a clearly defined goal I’m trying to accomplish? Here’s the deal—you need goals; not tomorrow, not next week, but today. If you’re not setting goals you’re not maximizing your calendar or your leadership. Get in the habit of setting 1-2 key goals for the week. You’ll be amazed at how that simple habit will launch your leadership to a whole new level.
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2)Does this calendar item help me accomplish my goals? It’s really that simple—if the calendar item isn’t helping you accomplish your goals, then why are you doing it? High-level leaders are ruthlessly disciplined in aligning their calendars with their goals. If it’s not driving you forward, then don’t feel guilty about saying no.
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3) If I put this on my calendar, will I still have margin for the unexpected? You can’t predict the future, and you shouldn’t put that pressure on yourself. You have to give yourself the margin to explore that random opportunity, or face that unexpected emergency. Get in the habit of leaving time on your calendar specifically to move things around when the unexpected strikes.
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Don’t forget to grab a copy of my free Ebook, Maxed Out Goals — it’s full of tips to help you learn how to set goals and bring your organization to the next level! Link in bio!
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Post a picture of your maximized calendar! Use the hashtag #enduringleadership for a shoutout!
👩‍💻👨‍💻Don't schedule another thing on your calendar till you've read this👩‍💻👨‍💻 *Tag someone who’s got a busy calendar* I think too many people treat their calendars like they do their desks — they clutter them full of tasks and meetings with no major purpose or thought given to what is actually going on there. • But let me give you a secret—you are in full control of what’s on your calendar, just like you are in control of what’s on your desk. So before you schedule another meeting or accept another invite, think about these three things to make sure your calendar is working for you, and not the other way around. * 1) Do I have a clearly defined goal I’m trying to accomplish? Here’s the deal—you need goals; not tomorrow, not next week, but today. If you’re not setting goals you’re not maximizing your calendar or your leadership. Get in the habit of setting 1-2 key goals for the week. You’ll be amazed at how that simple habit will launch your leadership to a whole new level. * 2)Does this calendar item help me accomplish my goals? It’s really that simple—if the calendar item isn’t helping you accomplish your goals, then why are you doing it? High-level leaders are ruthlessly disciplined in aligning their calendars with their goals. If it’s not driving you forward, then don’t feel guilty about saying no. * 3) If I put this on my calendar, will I still have margin for the unexpected? You can’t predict the future, and you shouldn’t put that pressure on yourself. You have to give yourself the margin to explore that random opportunity, or face that unexpected emergency. Get in the habit of leaving time on your calendar specifically to move things around when the unexpected strikes. • Don’t forget to grab a copy of my free Ebook, Maxed Out Goals — it’s full of tips to help you learn how to set goals and bring your organization to the next level! Link in bio! • Post a picture of your maximized calendar! Use the hashtag #enduringleadership  for a shoutout!
📚4 books to make you a better leader by the end of the summer📚 *Tag someone who keeps asking you for book recommendations*

The old adage “Leaders are readers” is absolutely true. With summer now fully on us, it is time to bust out that old reading list. Here are four books you can easily tackle this summer to bring your leadership to the next level.
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“Start With Why” by @simonsinek , 
This is a marketing classic that’s super approachable for anyone whose wants to grow their leadership. Simon reminds us how to lead by putting your values first—something that sounds easy but so many organizations forget to do. Having a good framework for knowing why your organization exists is the key to good decision making.
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“Relational Intelligence” by @stevesaccone, 
Emotional intelligence is such a huge buzzword these days, but Steve reminds us that it’s the relationships we have that really matter. This is one of my favorite books to recommend, especially to young leaders who are just beginning to experience the value of networking and having strong relational skills. In today’s connection economy, having relational intelligence can make or break your leadership.
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“A Failure of Nerve” by Edwin Friedman, 
While this leadership book is a little on the academic side, its key premise is one that all leaders can relate. Edwin teaches that as leaders, our role is to stand against toxicity—to have the courage to push back against people that are trying to derail our organizations from reaching our goals. Through a myriad of different illustrations and metaphors, Edwin shows that one of our greatest assets as leaders is courage.
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“Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card
While fiction may not be everyone’s cup of tea, Ender’s Game has long been a favorite among leadership gurus and thinkers—and is recommended for junior enlisted Marines. This super easy-to-read novel tackles many key leadership ideas, such as innovation, delegation, empowerment and most of all, empathy. I warn you though—its a page turner, and once you get started you may have trouble putting it down.
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For more leadership thoughts to help you grow this summer, be sure to subscribe to the blog. Link is in the bio!
📚4 books to make you a better leader by the end of the summer📚 *Tag someone who keeps asking you for book recommendations* The old adage “Leaders are readers” is absolutely true. With summer now fully on us, it is time to bust out that old reading list. Here are four books you can easily tackle this summer to bring your leadership to the next level. * “Start With Why” by @simonsinek , This is a marketing classic that’s super approachable for anyone whose wants to grow their leadership. Simon reminds us how to lead by putting your values first—something that sounds easy but so many organizations forget to do. Having a good framework for knowing why your organization exists is the key to good decision making. * “Relational Intelligence” by @stevesaccone, Emotional intelligence is such a huge buzzword these days, but Steve reminds us that it’s the relationships we have that really matter. This is one of my favorite books to recommend, especially to young leaders who are just beginning to experience the value of networking and having strong relational skills. In today’s connection economy, having relational intelligence can make or break your leadership. * “A Failure of Nerve” by Edwin Friedman, While this leadership book is a little on the academic side, its key premise is one that all leaders can relate. Edwin teaches that as leaders, our role is to stand against toxicity—to have the courage to push back against people that are trying to derail our organizations from reaching our goals. Through a myriad of different illustrations and metaphors, Edwin shows that one of our greatest assets as leaders is courage. * “Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card While fiction may not be everyone’s cup of tea, Ender’s Game has long been a favorite among leadership gurus and thinkers—and is recommended for junior enlisted Marines. This super easy-to-read novel tackles many key leadership ideas, such as innovation, delegation, empowerment and most of all, empathy. I warn you though—its a page turner, and once you get started you may have trouble putting it down. * For more leadership thoughts to help you grow this summer, be sure to subscribe to the blog. Link is in the bio!
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