In this post on leading with empathy and understanding, I’ll break down the importance of creating that sense of community and connection by fostering a vision rather than taking a position.
The balance between feminine and masculine energies has long been championed as a way to achieve success, both personally and professionally. The most successful leaders understand that they benefit from both energies in order to be their best.
Being proactive means designing your future, and not just letting life happen to you. But it must start with visualization. What we focus on expands. Remember…Think Possibilities, Not Limitations. Learn More Today!
Have you ever been on a plane and wondered how it all works? This fascinating piece of machinery works because of many elements– internally and externally.
And before you think “what is a pique-performance coach doing talking about airplanes?” know that this will have a direct connection to your life. Continue reading to find out how to keep flying high in life!
How you view yourself affects everything that happens in your life, and the reason why is simple: the way you see yourself determines what you pay attention to, and what you pay attention to determines what you think about and how you think about it. In other words, your self-concept — the beliefs, thoughts, and expectations that make up who you are — becomes your reality, regardless of whether or not it’s based on facts.
Some things may seem they’ve been thrown at us, while other things we’ve (sometimes unknowingly) brought upon ourselves.
Our struggles, regardless of their origin, can lead us to believe that we are “trapped” and that our situations have sentenced us to an awful mental prison.
Now, if you’re content being mentally imprisoned, then by all means, don’t read any further.
But if you know deep down that there’s more to life than your current situation, then it’s time to take massive action and make a change.
The prison of your mind is real—and it will hold you back until you decide to break free.
Continue reading as we discuss these cranial confinements along with a few tips on how you can make your great escape…
Making New Year’s Resolutions is a great idea. And sometimes they help us to make changes. But more often than not, resolutions fail. And if you Google “how to succeed with your New Year’s resolution” you might get an answer count that looks like the national debt.
([Pause.] Nope. I had to check and it came up with only 5,600,000.)
Still, I’m guessing you don’t have time to read all of that. So I have another solution… a RE-solution if you will. (See what I did there?)
Voltaire said, “Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.” So instead of Googling or trying to figure out answers on how to succeed in your resolutions, goals, etc., you can ask three questions…
“We’re often afraid of looking at our shadow because we want to avoid the shame or embarrassment that comes along with admitting mistakes.” – Marianne Williamson
Listening to the radio, I heard two commercials in a row for “tax problem resolution.” This caught my attention because I was on my way to meet with a friend of mine for lunch who happens to be a professional dealing with tax issues.
As we talked, I became acutely aware that although our industries are completely unrelated, our and many other businesses have much in common when it comes to what we need to do in order to close business and serve our clients.
This is not going to be an article about football, so I’ll give you some quick info that you need to know to make my point. First, the Browns are currently winless this season (0 – 10). What’s worse is that they have only won 4 games in their last 42 going back to previous seasons. Who’s to blame?
“What’s your intention,” I asked. He told me that they are trying to grow the business. The campaign made sense, but the resources to do it simply weren’t available. So, in one sense, he was right. Unfortunately, he was also misaligned.
The client had desired results of growth. Growing is a function of expansion, openness, abundance, or at least, “enoughness”.