10 Evolutionary Behaviors
Don't obsess over risks. Keep your focus on positive outcomes.
Face problems when they are still in seed form.
Be attuned to the group's needs first and foremost.
Take responsibility for your last bad decision, and then let it go.
Don't blame others or make excuses for yourself.
Be immune to the good or bad opinion of others.
Show confidence in those to whom you delegate authority.
Be generous in giving rather than taking.
Open yourself to every avenue of information and wise counsel.
Promise yourself to tell the truth, particularly when it's most tempting to lie.
"Evolutionary behavior can't be forced — it has to be cultivated. Many successful leaders learn how to evolve naturally, as the result of being tuned in to their inner voices and guided by intuition. Destructive behavior has a way of weeding out bad leaders through failure. But the behaviors listed above are aligned with the evolutionary power of the soul, invisibly bringing that power to aid and support you. Right behavior keeps you subtly aligned with evolution itself, the tendency for all things to organically grow and expand."