It’s ok to not know everything, but what you do know is where you’ll start in solving any problem. You have to trust in what you know as a leader. But what you know isn’t only facts and data, it’s also your gut reaction and your ability to silence self-doubt.
Over 4 days, 14 hours a day, I had the exceptional opportunity to learn from Tony Robbins and other speakers at the Unleash Your Power Conference (UPW). They taught tools for psychology, physiology and how to break limiting beliefs.
It’s almost second nature to be harder on yourself than you would ever dream of being to other people. So, why do we do it? If we fill our minds with good, encouraging and loving comments, there won’t be room for the negativity.
Have you ever heard the saying “throw the baby out with the bathwater?” In your career, this may actually need to be true. While sometimes only one thing needs to be adjusted, sometimes we need to throw out that plan.
We initially react to the “something isn’t right or on track” feeling which brings up a bit of panic. When we calm that feeling and approach the problem like a puzzle, we take the emotion out of it and triage solutions instead.
It’s not the best feeling when you learn that your boss doesn’t think you’re ready for a promotion. Or when you feel you deserved it as much as someone else who got that promotion. But managing expectations could help you get there.
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Have you ever felt like your life didn’t turn out quite the way you planned? There’s a sense of loss for the life you expected. But instead of feeling you missed out, you can find joy in the life you’ve been given.
Hard work and dedication is a big part of moving forward at work, but it’s not the only ingredient. If you add the items below to the hard work you’re already putting in, chances are you’ll be top of mind when it comes time for promotions.
Changes in life and your career can come with feelings of loss or anxiety for what’s next, but you can be in control of your next steps. Kori’s story teaches us how to know when it’s time to close a chapter and how to enjoy the journey.
A professional, speaker, coach, leader, corporate director, wife, boxer, dancer and cat mom. I'm here to be your best friend voice with a plan, helping you achieve your goals and reach your potential.
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