What does it really mean to 'Do the right thing' or 'Lead by example' and 'Being a Role Model'?
What is doing the right thing?
Is it just doing what is expected of you or projecting the right image?
Or is it something deeper?
Is it ok to not do the right thing when things get tough or it might cost you personally?
Do you need to draw from an inner set of principles that you will hold yourself to, no matter what?
Of course it's easy to do the right things when everything is going well.
What happens when things are not going so well?
What do you do then?
Julian Roberts and I ponder, 'Doing the right thing'
About Julian Roberts
Julian will encourage you, challenge your thinking, and push you to go beyond what you believe is possible - why go for gold when you can go for platinum?
He’s a master at co-creating what may seem to others as impossible, unrealistic goals. Helping you to break the boundaries excites him, whether that’s helping you grow your business to X million pounds or even attempting to set a new world record.
He believes in you, has confidence in you, will jump in with you, get alongside you, and serve you with 100% of his being.
Julian’s coaching is not for the faint-hearted. It’s for the lionhearted.