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Two Minute Drill: Empowering Leaders – A Mastermind Weekend’s Key Takeaways


What’s up Kaizenovators, Happy Tuesday Two Minute Drill. I’m here with my very good friend, Dr. Kevin Christie. We attended his mastermind this weekend. It was the first West Coast mastermind for Kevin’s new group, an awesome gathering of folks. Right now, we are in the Sonoran Desert. 

Leadership Lessons


Dr. Kevin has a couple of messages about life.  

“We’ve learned a ton about leadership and the mindset surrounding it. One key takeaway from this weekend, as Jay discussed, was truly about providing leadership for your team, ensuring no stone is left unturned.  

It’s about ensuring that processes in your practice are actively happening and leading your team, not just expecting things to happen.  

You must actively guide them, which involves changing your mindset about what leadership means. This was particularly resonant for me because I’ve been on a journey for the last year and a half to improve my leadership skills. 

I gained a lot from this weekend in terms of taking that leadership knowledge and applying it to ensure we have the right processes and people in place, and truly leading them.  

One thing Jay said that struck me was the shift from always having to nag my team for their reports to having them self-audit and report back, empowering them to track their own progress. This empowers them to grow and take steps in their leadership journey, which I found incredibly valuable.” 

What I took away from this weekend was a reinforcement of how amazing life is when you share it with people you love, work with, and connect with, especially in remarkable groups like the mastermind Kevin has created, both on the East Coast—”What up, East Coast people?”—and the West Coast.  

It just makes life better. So, build your connections, because, at the end of the day, that’s what’s important. 

Keep growing, enhance your leadership, and improve your team. 

Have a great week, and I’ll talk to y’all next week. 


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