Drift toward growth by learning how to lead your team’s behaviors, because behaviors trigger almost all outcomes. Behavior is all about how you behave in a situation, what you do, what you think, how you react, or how you don’t react. The truth is we drift from one behavior to another unless otherwise asked. If you look back in your life, you realize that every major behavioral shift, a new method of operation, a new method of thinking, a new discipline of time didn’t come from just praying or reciting a mantra. It came because someone suggested it. The centerpiece or the core of leadership is how you can lead behaviors. You don’t lead people, but what you actually lead are behaviors and habits.