The Seven Fs helps us live with less stress and lead with less fear.
The Seven Fs are the character-building foundation of good leadership. We all have them in common: faith, family, finances, fitness, friends, fun, and future. Arranged alphabetically, they tell a powerful story about how good leaders radiate goodness.
How satisfied are you with your spiritual life?
How satisfied are you with your loved ones, who share a common sense of home?
How satisfied are you with how your money funds your priorities?
How satisfied are you with the health of your body?
How satisfied are you with the people who share your joy and disappointment?
How satisfied are you with the part of your life that is playful and joyful?
How satisfied are you with the hope you have for yourself and others?
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What do the Seven Fs have to do with good leadership?
The Seven Fs Wheel exercise challenges you to be intellectually honest in self-assessment. The insights strengthen your well-being and deepen your reservoir of courage. A wide and expansive Seven Fs Wheel helps leaders radiate magnetic energy that attracts followers and increases positive momentum.
Good leadership is the art and science of getting people to work together. When we work together with good intentions, we make good things happen. Knowing how the Seven Fs are alive in the people around you will help strengthen relationships, increase trust, and embrace healthy tension.
Blending – A Strategy for Success
We do not believe in the notion of work/life balance; that notion implies one is a sacrifice for the other. Blending is a better idea.
Blending is about finding ways to satisfy as many of the Seven Fs as possible in all our daily activities, personal or professional. Blending is being aware of how the Seven Fs are alive in us at every moment – not just at home or at work. It's about how our professional life makes us a better person – and how our personal life makes us a better leader.