Rocket fuel for leadership productivity

Energy x Focus x Time is the only rocket fuel for leaders to soar to their productivity heights. The entrepreneur, author and trainer, Mohammed A. Faris, has defined Productivity in his book, The Productive Muslim as, “Productivity is making smart choices (continuously) with your energy, focus and time in order to maximize your potential and achieve beneficial results.

I like the definition and doodle a simple visual to highlight it as follows:

Creativity takes courage

To be creative, you need to dive into the chaos, complexity or the unknown. And you can only do this if you are courageous. It’s actually stepping outside your comfort zone to be ready for people feedback on your creative work.

We may feel fear every time we design something or write something or sing something different.

The famous Henri Matisse once said, “Creativity takes courage“.

Creativity is trying to create something different, something new or unique. And every time we may feel fear just being creative.

Creativity is bringing new norms or new perspective and to do this you need courage.

Here is my visual.

A successful team is like a swiss knife

Simply gathering people from different departments under a leader does not make a team. Instead it will be a group of people bunched together. To make a successful team It’s important to understand the distinct personalities people may have and how they interact with each other.

A swiss knife is a perfect metaphor to explain the making of a successful team.

Here is my doodle animation.