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Authentic You Intentional Unlimited Leadership

AUDIO: 5 Simple Steps to Unlock the Real You and Lead With Freedom

by Greg Yates | Breakthrough Leadership

Yesterday, I caught an imaginary glimpse of myself that I fell in love with. A me that was care-free, full of passion and unlimited joy for life. Immediately, I wanted to be that person and I wanted it right NOW.

Is it possible to just flip the switch and become a version of yourself that you choose to be? And, isn’t that the premise of Breakthrough Leadership? I mean: unlocking your purpose, living with passion and becoming the leader you were created to be.

So why does it seem like a fleeting mirage at times? Why does reality creep in and obscure that perfect vision?

Let’s fantasize for a minute.

What would happen if you were really free?

If the limitations you perceive were gone?

If the mindset of the miraculous were released in you fearlessly?

What if your mind and spirit were set free to explore things they never imagined possible?

What if your leadership were unlimited? Literally…unlimited.

Changing the Endless “What If’s”

If the complex calculations that have been bogging you down were erased from existence? The endless “what if” scenarios you run in your head. The negotiations that become part of every conversation, every interaction. Is it possible to just be YOU and to overflow with the joy of being YOU?

What if you believed you could surround yourself magnetically with the right people for the right reasons in the right causes?

What if you believed that the right customers in the right markets with the right fit for your capabilities were out there waiting for you?

What if you believed that the bad fits, both team members, vendors and customers were holding you back from the ease and the flow of passion you could live and share?

I know what you’re thinking but I still insist that the choice is yours. Will you spend more time telling yourself why this isn’t possible or will you dream about it?

Imagine it. Pursue it. Live for it.

What happens when the right people are in your life? Life is better for it. What happens when you’ve found the right fit for the right team member? Everyone thrives. What happens when you release the limitations of your own life to God who has no limitations? Everything changes. And it starts with your perception of what’s really happening all around you.

5 Steps to the Real, Authentic You

There are five simple steps to finding the REAL YOU and the freedom you were created to experience. Don’t miss this.

#1. Choose the truth you will accept. That choice will establish the way you see life and the beliefs you live by.

#2. Reject the limitations you used to accept. You create limitations by accepting them. Eliminate that mindset.

#3. Embark on a journey built on what you have chosen to accept. No great journey happens unless you step into the unknown.

#4. Ask others to go on that journey with you. They want to go. They want to believe as much as you do. The more you live it, talk about it and aspire to that freedom, the more real you will be.

#5. Follow the steps from broken to breakthrough. Use the 90 Day Breakthrough as an operating system from here to there.

Breakthrough to the real you isn’t random. It’s intentional and it’s built on a system to uncover the real you, unbuckled, unbridled and unlimited.

Join the Breakthrough Leadership Movement.

Add your comments to the conversation: How have you pursued your authentic self? How have you seen that reshape your leadership? Post your reply below.

About Greg

Greg Yates has been a Chicago area businessman for over 30 years. He’s the author of the book, "Broken - How Being Broken Unlocked The Greatest Success of My Life". He has simultaneously owned 14 different businesses in a variety of industries; including real estate, manufacturing, payroll, and technology. Greg has also been an investor and a board member. He attended Olivet Nazarene University. He has a passion for flying. He’s had a pilot’s license for over 30 years and owned a variety of airplanes. Greg and his wife Vicki have been married over 37 years. They have a son, a daughter and seven grandchildren.

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