I help people stop getting by and instead get better by focusing on what they--and only they--can affect and effect.
To do so there must be a willingness to forego what you once believed to be “right” and embrace the possibility that maybe, just maybe, there’s a new "right" out there; a different right from what you once believed that broadens your thinking as to what could be.This is a complete subjugation of ego and an exercise in humility, and last I checked, there isn't exactly an overabundance of humble people in the world.
This is a complete subjugation of ego and an exercise in humility, and last I checked, there isn't exactly an overabundance of humble people in the world.
Having said that, I also believe in sharing lessons learned.
That’s why I write.
That’s why I speak.
That’s why I podcast.
And that’s why I coach teams--and their leaders--to embrace a "we" over "me" mindset.
The fact is, mediocrity sucks, complacency kills and if you think that the wins of yesterday will carry forward into tomorrow, then you've already lost.
Every week I share lessons learned from “chaos,” which I define as unplanned or unexpected change.
Now, chaos can be a good thing, it can be a bad thing–-that depends on your mindset and your goals.
However, I’m a firm believer that there's opportunity in chaos.
If you think so too or would like to learn how to exploit the opportunity from “chaos,” you can do one of two things (or both):
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