Amy K. Hutchens is a former executive for a billion dollar global company and author of the new book The Secrets Leaders Keep. More than forty thousand executives in nine countries have benefited from her keen insight and intuitive understanding of the issues leaders face. She talks to Dr. Matthew Norton on what makes a leader successful and how to change your limiting beliefs into positive, productive thoughts and actions.
[1:15] Brilliant leaders question what they know.
[5:15] If it was easy, everyone would be successful.
[7:20] The people Amy K. likes to follow are those who admit they're learning along the way too.
[7:50] Leaders learn on the job.
[10:40] Where are you running to?
[15:05] Ask yourself: 'What am I missing?'
[15:30] Common problems leaders face? Imposter syndrome.
[18:20] How can you overcome imposter syndrome?
[21:10] Amy K. believes comparing yourself to others is self-abuse.
[24:00] How can people change their thinking in a positive way?
[27:35] Work on changing one painful thought at a time.
[33:35] Check out Amy's new book, The Secrets Leaders Keep.
[34:05] Amy talks about her Ignite Brilliance club.
[35:40] Challenge of the week? Change your thinking in one aspect/area of your life.
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The Secrets Leaders Keep by Amy K. Hutchens