What is next for you? Travel? Time off to recharge and refocus?
Contrary to the popular advice, I don’t think you should fake it till you make it. Instead, be yourself and be who you are on your journey.
One of the common questions and needs that keeps coming up is centered around getting better at what we do. How do we provide greater value to those we work with. Here are a few thoughts on what one might want to pay attention to.
To start, at the very least, make them bidirectional and multimodal. Additionally, send emails, use social media, text people, go meet with them, listen, learn and answer questions.
Most people are more comfortable living with old problems than they are exploring new solutions.
Adapt, adjust and advance. Respect the past, learn from it, but don’t live in it.
Pursuit of perfection is futile. Focus on incremental yet relentless growth, advancement and progress.
Path to happiness is not always upward. Know yourself, be honest with yourself and then act accordingly in your life and career. Personal growth, advancement and improvement is not always upward bound for everyone as not everyone will want to take on additional responsibilities and changes that come with that decision. When in doubt, air on the side of true …
How do I get better? This question kept coming up in recent conversations with friends and colleagues and it has become apparent that one could do this by being more intentional about their own actions, thoughts, effort and energy instead of focusing on what others are doing. While you need to be aware of plans, strategies and actions of your …
While introducing change and new ways of thinking and doing things it is essential to manage the pace of change. This pace will be influenced by organizational culture, leadership, people and their collective comfort to reimagine how to move forward.