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Five steps to Developing LEAPS
Five steps to Developing LEAPS
May 15, 2017

A LEAP is a jump or spring a long way, to a great height, or with great force.
"I leaped across the threshold"

In leadership coaching, a LEAP is creating those large, out of your comfort goals that move you across the threshold to make those awesome life changes. It takes the same amount of energy to think big as it does to think small; so break open the possibilities to make LEAPS in your life.

1. Break Through. Visualize the most ideal action you see that would have great impact on your life. What accomplishment would move you to the next level? If you could not fail, what would the next LEAP be?

2. Prioritize. Create a focus time to work on your LEAP weekly! Focus on the large impact, not all the distractions that can delay the action. 

3. Commit. Get out the calendar. When we write down and commit to a day, our minds can work on building toward it.

4. Connect to Resources.  Remember that LEAPs interest others. Make a list of people that you can learn from, help you with your leap, and are resources for you.

6. Be positive. Feeling great now about your LEAPs, and believing they are easily attainable will keep you motivated and bring you faster and lasting success. Even when your LEAPs seem difficult or unreachable, remember to visualize yourself succeeding.
Mastering The LEAP 
Take 15 minutes to consider a LEAP and write each question below. Then respond to it in reflection. This activity will help you shape, embrace and define your LEAP.

  1. What specifically do you want to achieve? Write it out.

  2. Where are you now compared to your goal?

  3. What would you like to see, hear, and feel when you reach this ideal goal?

  4. What would it be like if you had your goal now?

  5. How would you know you achieved your goal?

  6. What is possible when you achieve this goal?

  7. Where, when and with whom do you want to achieve this goal?

  8. What resources do you need?

  9. Have you ever done this? Do you know someone who has?

  10. What is the greater purpose doesn’t serve?

  11.  What positive impacts will achieving this goal have on your life? Others?

  12. What will happen when you reach this goal?

  13. Think about your goal again, notice how it has changed.

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