Anyone who isn’t embarrassed by who they were last year probably isn’t learning enough.
It’s easy to focus on our faults.
Most of us are aware of those areas in our life where it’s difficult to perform at our best—where we lack the innate skill or natural ability to easily achieve results.
While it’s important that we invest out time to develop those areas that are holding us back, I believe that we are better off investing in our strengths.
StrengthsFinder 2.0 (Gallup Press)
This is the strengths assessment tool that I use with my clients.
When you utilize your strengths, you are tapping into your natural talents, what gives you the opportunity to do what you do best … everyday!
Access to an assessment requires a unique code that can be obtained by purchasing a copy of the book StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath.
This assessment will help you identify your top 5 talents from 34 different themes.
In addition, this book will give you a number of tips to help you understand and apply your natural talents.
Refer to this post on how to turn your talents into strengths.
Motivation gets you going, but discipline keeps you growing.
April 24, 2017
Are you putting off starting a new habit? Are you struggling with completing your new habit every day? Are you giving up on your habit before it becomes routine?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you are not alone. It’s not unusual for people to falter when implementing any new habit. In today’s post I will share with you 3 simple tips that you can use to kickstart any habit.
Every Mindful Leader MUST have an area of expertise.
This is an area of knowledge where you are considered to be in the top 10% of your industry. A domain where you have put in the blood, sweat and tears to master.
This is why the very first principle of The 15 Principles of Mindful Leadership is called Depth.
Depth is the corner stone of becoming a Trusted Professional and lays the foundation for all of the remaining stages of The 5 Stages of Mindful Leadership.