Leave your mark
This one sounds silly but I think it’s the most important thing we can learn from wolves. You might throw this book or you will call me crazy but I must tell you, this is the best thing we can do, which is very important to set an example. Wolves weirdly leave their mark. They rub or sometimes, they urinate on things in rage. For us, it might be nonsense but for them, it’s their attitude. They are known for their cruel and harsh attitude. They carry a different swag.
Think about your last company or the last team you were working with, are they missing you? Have you ever been in a situation, you got a call from your ex-workplace? They are still struggling to replace someone in your place. Has it ever happened to you, seeing a work, people claiming this must have been done by you?
Don’t worry! I won’t recommend you to do the shit, the way they are doing but you can do something seeing which people will think, yes! you have done this because only you can do this.
Every leader has something remarkable. It might be your way of talking, closing a deal, motivating others, etc. There must be something you are good at. We get only one chance in life, so do something you enjoy and make your mark on the world, especially on those who are working with you. Inspire your squad with your performance, lifestyle and attitude. Not only to the employees of the organization, but a magnificent leader is one who inspires people of other organizations too.
Once they start talking good about you, keep it in mind, you have done that shit. It will continue to happen even when you leave the workplace. If they do so, congratulations you are that lone and deadly wolf. The charisma in your work will enhance productivity by inspiring others. Not only your squad, but even the top-level management also recognizes the heat you radiate with your dashing attitude.
Search the one unique style within you, or create it. Don’t settle till you don’t get it. Keep the hunt going on for a better and cunning wolf. Let the jungle know you have entered. Let the fear of yours spread to every corner of the organization. Let them shiver. By doing this, you will enhance productivity with more and more passionate people working with you.
This scene is taken from the book “Struggle Scream Success.” The author, Banty Barman, a twenty-six years old lone wolf has beautifully depicted 101 leadership lessons for entrepreneurs from his experience of six incredible years in the direct selling industry. Born and raised in Kolkata, WB and completed his graduation from Calcutta University. His first title “A Mistake that changed my Life.” is a love story where he depicted his true love and emotions for his school life girlfriend in it. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.