Ep #194: One Important Habit All Leaders Have

Get Six Figure Job You Love and Thrive Natalie Fisher | One Important Habit All Leaders Have

There’s one habit that I’ve noticed all of my successful clients, who are leaders, have. Being a leader doesn’t always mean that you’re leading other people. You could be leading in your industry with your ideas, so you don’t have direct reports, but you are considered a thought leader and people seek your advice.


Every leader needs to deal with other people at some point, and the habit of effectively communicating your creative ideas and not allowing yourself to be shut down is a vital part of being a leader. If your idea does get shut down, it’s imperative that you question those decisions and challenge them, so you can help others see the true merit of your ideas.


This is a habit that doesn’t come naturally to many people, especially women. So how can you develop this habit for yourself, become a leader, and take your career to the next level? Tune in this week to discover the one important habit all leaders have, and you’ll learn how to question authority so you can see your ideas become a reality.



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What You’ll Learn from this Episode:


  • The one important habit that all leaders have.
  • Why you need to start questioning why your ideas are getting shut down.
  • The discomfort of questioning people of authority when your ideas get dismissed.
  • Why following through and seeing your ideas through is the work of a good leader.
  • What it’s costing you every time you don’t ask why your ideas are being dismissed.
  • Ways to question from curiosity and neutrality, so you get the answers you need.
  • How to see where you need to start questioning others more in your career.


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