"When you stop growing you start dying." William S. Burroughs
We are so blessed to live in times of abundant resources and opportunities to keep learning and growing - all we need is curiosity, desire, discipline with intentionality, and time. Sometimes the subjects might be more complex than others and it might require a different strategy than usual to grasp them faster.
It is such an honor to be featured by Forbes Coaches Council alongside amazing professional coaches in the article discussing different strategies that professionals can use to speed up the learning process.
Enjoy this quick read that can help you propel your personal and professional growth goals - Want To Master A Difficult Topic Quickly? Try These 15 Powerful Hacks
Everyone has 'blind spots' and I am not talking about the 'blind spots' your obstetrician will talk to you about when you go for an eye exam nor the 'blind spots' you are trained to check as you learn to drive a car. I am talking about the 'blind spots' in our beliefs, thinking, and behavior.
As a leader, it is even more critical for us to be aware and actively take steps to avoid the 'blind spots' that can potentially destroy our leadership effectiveness and influence.
It is such an honor to be included in the Expert Panel of Forbes Coaches Council sharing the types of 'blind spots' that can hurt leaders and practical take-aways that you can start applying immediately.
Enjoy this quick but powerful read 14 Common CEO ‘Blind Spots’ That Result In Big Leadership Mistakes
As counterintuitive as it sounds, perfectionism can stifle our own growth and progress if it is left unchecked. But what is more dangerous is how a leader's perfectionism can negatively impact the entire team.
It is such an honor to be able to contribute alongside great Forbes Coaches and add value to countless leaders on this topic. With this quick read, you will learn 12 Ways Perfectionist Managers Can Stop Hurting Their Team's Performance.
Enjoy the read, 12 Ways Perfectionist Managers Can Stop Hurting Their Team's Performance, but more importantly take at least one of the 12 ways that resonate with you and apply it today in your life! Knowledge without application and reflection is useless!
"We first make our habits, then our habits make us." John Dryden
Did you know that habits form somewhere between 40% and 95% of our daily activities? This includes our thinking, our choices, and our actions. These habits eventually are transformed into tangible results.
So whenever you are not happy with the results you get - in life, relationships, and business - inspect your own habits. The field of behavioral science has given us a lot of insight into human nature and behavior. We are so blessed to be equipped with such valuable insight which makes it easier to replace the habits that don't serve us with the habits for success.
It is such an honor to be included in the Expert Panel discussion by Forbes Coaches Council sharing how to leverage behavioral science to replace unwanted harmful habits with habits that will help you elevate your life.
Enjoy this quick but powerful read: Leveraging Behavioral Science To Build Better Habits: 10 Expert Tips
As John C. Maxwell said “When people respect you as a person, they admire you. When they respect you as a friend, they love you. When they respect you as a leader, they follow you.”
Respect and trust form the foundation of great leadership – without it, organizations and teams struggle and collapse eventually. But it is the leader's responsibility to cultivate and develop that respect and trust through their words and actions - leaders cannot demand it, they can only earn it!
As in everything in life, we are not perfect and there are times we make mistakes - more unintentionally than not. It is such an honor to be included in the Expert Panel discussion by Forbes Coaches Council talking about the 13 Common Mistakes Managers Make those Alienate Employees which will lead to a lack of respect and trust.
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All successful leaders aim for high levels of productivity all the time, but that also has a tendency to increase the level of stress. Even though one cannot exist without the other, we certainly have ways to reduce the stress to be able to elevate our performance and productivity.
It is such an honor to be included in the Expert Panel discussion by Forbes Coaches Council sharing how we help our clients reduce stress while increasing productivity. Enjoy this quick but powerful read!
Please click the following link to read the article : 15 Strategies To Lower Stress While Boosting Productivity
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Such an honor to be one of the contributors to the Forbes Coaches Council Expert Panel. Feeling stuck is a feeling that everyone experiences at least one time in their career. Professionals invest so much time and money developing their skills and expertise, but very little time to stop and reflect on the rewards and satisfaction they get from their profession. This introspection is a critical element in both preventing and overcoming the dissatisfaction that comes from feeling stuck. The power is in asking yourself profound questions and being brutally honest with yourself. Check out these 12 most helpful questions to ask yourself:
Such an honor to be one of the contributors to the Forbes Coaches Council Expert Panel. As we tackle the unprecedented problems we all face in 2020, the reality is that problems are facts of life and everyone has them – both in personal life and in business. Having a problem-solving mindset and the right approach is a skill that can be learned and is clearly outlined in the 14 steps. Enjoy the read and apply it in your life – you will be amazed by the results if you are intentional about applying it, just knowing the steps is not enough!
I am so honored and humbled to have been nominated and accepted into the Forbes Coaches Council. I am so blessed with having great mentors who always see more in me and challenge me to be more. No matter where we are in life and how successful we think we are, we always can be better and need mentors and coaches who elevate us and celebrate us. And yes, coaches need their own mentors and coaches too!
When I got the call from Forbes informing me that I have been nominated, explaining to me the vetting process that took place, the benefits of being part of the Forbes Coaches Council, and asking me if I would accept the invitation - my response was "Are you kidding me?" Who am I to say no to an opportunity that God opens up for me?
As I was reflecting on this honor and opportunity, I was thinking about the years of continuously investing in myself to be able to add value to others, and I can say with confidence that there really is a formula to success.
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