When you make a mistake, what do you do? Do you find all the reasons why you were justified in your action, or do you look inward, for your own role in the situation?
Do they keep their promises? Do they care enough to when it’s expensive or difficult?
Meditation is more than a Swedish massage for your brain. It can also be a vehicle for profound insights into the nature of who you are.
If we can let go of all the process, we will get back to what matters. Building, sharing, fixing, building, and sharing again.
People are busy, options are endless and the default is ignore, what will you do?
Change isn’t made in leaps, but in small steps. Momentum > willpower.
As a leader, you must decide to believe. If you don’t believe in the mission and the team’s ability to get there, why should your people?
“You cannot hold people responsible for results if you supervise their methods” - Stephen R Covey
Operational freedom is earned from management, and work gets done with our peers. The org chart doesn’t define where work stops, but rather, where it begins.
The wise Guy Kawasaki advises making meaning the focus of any new venture.
Ignore the establishment long enough to become the establishment.
How many hours do you personally spend coaching your team? Giving feedback or demonstrating what excellence is. If you’re like me, it’s not enough.
You can’t get the network without solving a personal problem first.
If I asked you what success looks like for you personally, what would you say? Far too often, we aren’t clear on our mission and as a result, our role to play in its achievement is unclear.
A reactive mindset makes us victims of circumstance. Instead, we can choose to manifest our own reality through creativity, optimism and determination through humble action.
The biggest obstacle to our success is ourselves, and progress can be as simple as shifting our perspective.
In difficulty, all we can control is our reaction. Improving our odds of success in the future requires us looking at the one thing we most often ignore - our own faults.