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Conscious vs unconscious leadership styles offers valuable insights into effective decision-making and team dynamics in any organization.

Who is a conscious leader?

  • One who truly aligns their house, organization, or business with their purpose.

Who is an unconscious leader?

  • One who aligns their house, organization, or business only on money.
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Today, I want to contrast the leadership styles of my mother, who runs a hostel with 60 students, with my mother-in-law (who is a homemaker).

I know you’re wondering how I can compare a working lady to a stay-at-home mom. I think they are both employed women. one who is in charge of her business, and another who is in charge of her house.


So, for the past 20 years, my mother has owned and operated a hostel.

Why do I say that she is a super-conscious leader? She aligns her purpose to that of the organization’s completely. Her purpose in life has always been to provide for the people.

She bases her company on providing for everyone. She has always advised me, “Look after everyone and they will eventually look after you,” She values each member of her staff as an extension of herself. She does not make a distinction between anyone.

The results we have had by her being conscious: 

  1. For the past 20 years, we have employed staff in the company. We have a very high retention rate for employees.
  2. They assume complete control of the issue whenever a customer complains.
  3. My mother constantly adapts to new ideas and methods of thinking, which makes her and the company incredibly situation-adaptive.
  4. The work is automated, therefore we don’t need to give them detailed instructions for every task.
  5. Because there is so much mutual trust, everyone simply carries out their assigned tasks.
  6. My mother only focuses on making the organization better or focuses on really working on the betterment of the business, which is what she is meant to do.
  7. We can take as many leaves as we’d like because the operations don’t bother us in any way.
  8. Our crew speaks for us, therefore if you see them somewhere, they will always be complimentary of our business and won’t be disparaging it.
  9. There is a lot of laughing and joy at work, and everyone is left to their own ways, which also makes it very easy for them to follow the rules of our organization.
  10. The staff feel very at home because they are treated more like family than as outsiders.
  11. Everyone is treated with the utmost respect and made to feel like a valuable member of the team.
  12. Our business has been running very smoothly with very few hiccups (that is normal) for the past 20 years and we have been quite successful in becoming one of the finest in the market.

My mother-in-law fully relies on leading the household in an unconscious manner. Her single guiding principle is money. She always says to me, “My staff needs to respect me before I can respect them back.”

The outcomes we’ve seen with her acting as an unconscious leader include:

  1. We don’t have a staff retention program at home. The personnel changes every six months.
  2. When we complain about anything or ask the staff to do things a certain way, they neglect us completely.
  3. My mother-in-law is so mired in the past that she can’t let go of her way of thinking and finds it very challenging to adjust to new situations, making it very challenging for others to follow instructions that no longer make sense.
  4. They are being instructed to complete everything since there is no mutual trust and we must always be present to complete tasks.
  5. They are simply wasting time and not working while we are not around.
  6. They constantly disparage us.
  7. Because everyone is constantly taught what to do and how to behave, no one is allowed to choose their own behavior. As a result, whenever they get the chance, they choose not to abide by any household regulations.
  8. The staff don’t feel at home as they are made to feel that way.
  9. Since respect is expected and not actually generated spontaneously, there is no respect shown here.

Being an unconscious leader is thus relatively simple to do, but the consequences are far worse. You can build a company that will only prosper if you start to evolve into a Conscious Leader.

Any kind of organization, whether it be a house, an office, or a large enterprise, exists. The outcomes are MASSIVE when we begin directing that space from a place of profound awareness and consciousness.

In the realm of leadership, the key distinction lies in conscious decision-making vs the automatic responses of unconscious leadership.

Do connect with me and let me know what do you think about it and

Who do you choose to be ??? Conscious or Unconscious Leader ? 

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