7 Unorthodox Rituals Of Outstanding Leaders

Posted on Dec 9 2014 - 8:54am by Alexandra Ashton

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It is not easy to become a leader. In this modern business world, not only do you have to complete different degrees of education but you also have to learn to work with different kind of people, to lead, inspire and encourage them while at the same time you have to lead a successful business. You have surely met some great leaders in your business life. Sometimes, their presence is enough for you to wish to follow them and do everything they ask you to do.  Even though some people are born with the predisposition to be leaders, many of them do not meet that potential. Reaching that potential doesn’t mean that they will become great leaders in the blink of an eye. Some of them will become everything but great. Those who want to become truly great leaders must invest a lot of time and effort. Being a leader means more than just a title. Not only does it require the dose of dedication, desire to learn and progress, hard work but also need to understand and respect their employees. Not only they are skilled, experienced and charismatic but they also need to be creative and little bit unorthodox.

Most of the famous leaders have some unorthodox but also inspiring ritual that helps them to maintain successful business. For example, Richard Branson says that he gets the best idea when he is on the move. Sometimes you will get stuck and you won’t get any new idea because you are too concentrated on the problem. Getting away from your desk is a great idea to solve this problem. Richard Branson uses that time to travel, exercise or to take a walk. Learn from this successful businessman and spark your creativity. Read this interesting infographic to learn more about unorthodox rituals of outstanding and famous leaders.


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Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.