Category Archives: Performance – Personal Growth

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hope you have a wonderful day reflecting on the many blessings we have. If you are surrounded by friends, family and good food, consider yourself extra blessed! More Than A Day As Thanksgiving Day rolls around, It brings up some facts, quite profound. We may think that we're poor, Feel like bums, insecure, But in…
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3 Keys To Get Traction In Your Life/Work

In today’s highly changing business world, getting traction in your business or achieving success can be a challenge. Competing for people’s attention and standing out in the crowd are keys to get to where you want in business. With so many things to do, many quickly feel overwhelmed. First, don’t get so consumed by frustrations…
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How Is Your Perspective Affecting You?

It is obvious that depending on our location, distance and view we see things differently.  Understanding how perspective on topics and life outlooks can create differences and can lead to conflict, stress and challenge is less obvious. We might know this, but perspective can be a hard topic to self-reflect on. Due to the fact…
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Perfectionism

Often we people (especially perfectionists) can think of perfectionism as a positive and honorable thing.  After all, it is the quest for doing things well and doing things right. The more I look at perfectionism, the more I realize how much I struggle with it. I personally am very far from being perfect. As a…
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Change Can Be Challenging

Change can be a challenging. Period. While some “like” change, most of the general population does not like change and even those who do, have areas they like it the way they have it. The challenge is that the world is constantly changing, like it or not. Generally speaking, if you do not change and…
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Book Review: Career Distinction (with supporting 360 assessment tool)

This book is a fantastic resource and not only helps the person on the career search but any person seeking definition of their professional brand and to understand their leadership impact (how they are currently understood or impact others). I use this book and assessment for all three of these areas: career search leadership development…
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6 Performance Habits by Jeff Haden

In his LinkedIn article, 6 High-Performance Habits Only the Most Extraordinary People Share, Backed by Science, Jeff Haden revealed 6 habits for high performance shared with him by Brendon Burchard who has spent 20 years answering the question, "how do we become more successful and feel more fulfilled?" Burchard wrote about this subject in High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary…
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Developing a Plan That Gets Results

The old saying advises to plan your work, then work your plan. Simple as it is, it's one of the fundamental rules of good management and one that is often overlooked. Many great plans are made; few are followed. I get it. There are fires to put out and the day, week or quarter gets…
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Let’s Stop Apologizing, Shared from Courtney Carver

Recently I read this article: Let’s Stop Apologizing for These 8 Things written by Courtney Carver and requested to share it here. Check out her website at BeMoreWithLess. "Living with less stuff, stress, and busyness is important for a healthier, happier life, but there are other things we can benefit from eliminating too. Let's stop apologizing…
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Who’s Bugging You, Shared from ZonePositive

How to eliminate grudges and get on with your life Goal of this intervention: At any given time in your life someone close to you does something that really bugs you. This could be something significant… or it could be something trivial. Question is, how long do you hold on to the grudge you may…
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