Some of you might wonder: Why take the risk of sharing that you’re lazy? My response is: Vulnerability. I ask clients to be vulnerable. How can I ask them something in a private coaching conversation that I am not willing to model in public?
You are the architect of your future. What you think is what you will do. What you do is who you will become. The question then becomes – What do you want from life?
In order for us to be healthy, pruning of people, places, projects, habits and thoughts need to take place.
I need the regular reminders of feeling small so that I don’t get too big, entitled, pushy, mean and any other awful consequence of believing I’m unstoppable. So, I have learned to embrace feeling small.
My morning rhythm gets my day going and points me in a direction instead of wondering how my day will unfold; there is purpose. Rhythms give us purpose.
In a world of efficiency with messaging, remote work, online meetings, Slack and many more options for keeping in touch, business is still done face to face when it matters most.
Developing Personal Will requires discipline. Discipline will give your mind and body a rhythm. Rhythms provide stability and rest. From there you can weather moments of being exposed.
The goal of resilience is to get back to where you were prior to adversity (life happening). The goal is NOT to get stronger or move beyond where you were.
If you want to be a stand out leader, rather than a follower that hopes to fly under the radar (while still getting a promotion), then take a shot, swing the bat, place the bet, make the move
Most people think, ‘I have all the time I want’. But the truth is life is short and should be lived fully engaged every day.