What is next for you? Travel? Time off to recharge and refocus?
Are you living your life today? Are your actions and decisions supportive of who you want to become as a person?
Large changes and massive progress requires teams. One person can spark the change, but can’t do it all themselves.
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.
Before you judge anyone, try to understand their position and walk a mile in their shoes. In today’s world filled with divisions, separations and hidden agendas, it is easy to lose humanity and join others in this blame game. Instead, listen to understand and do your best to see the perspectives, experiences and ideas of others before you dismiss them …
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.
Don’t badmouth your competition. Instead, focus on providing value and improving who you are and what you do. Improve your products and services, don’t tear down others.