No matter which field you are in or you are from, there is one thing that everyone can agree on is the fact it takes a true leader to inspire others. In a world that he motivated by selfish reasons and personal gains, IT expert Chris Hall comes across as an expectation.
Chris had a tough childhood in Kentucky and he released it quite early that he needed to try hard to be the best version of himself to break the cycle of limited resources. So, while he was studying in college, he decided to train himself as a professional fighter. Every day along with his studies, he would train himself for 4-5 hours. This experience helped him to shape himself as a leader.
“The biggest thing about being a leader is the fact that you have to have faith in yourself. That’s your biggest strength and the biggest truth about the industry. Rest everything you can learn with time, but confidence is something you can’t do without. When I was training myself, it was not just physical but also mental. Today I am grateful for the opportunities that I got as they shaped the person I am today.”
Today he specializes in taking on under-performing teams and organizations in crisis and reforming them into highly productive and cohesive performers.
“I love teaching people and that is one of the biggest reasons why I was drawn to the path of leadership. I love helping out companies, individuals in need and that’s how I know I have succeded as a leader and as a person. I have spent years of my life to learn new things and grow as a person, but I don’t want to limit myself to that, I want to help out others as and when I can.”
Chris Hall’s biggest victory comes from a place of moralality and quest for great good of people. He shares, “A true leader is not someone who takes pride in himself, but the one who takes pride in improving the life people around him. I never think of my accomplishments as mine own, as I know the true success comes from the growth of people around me. People might disagree with me but I know in my heart that this is the path for me.”