This is the first part of a two-part series about assumptions. What’s an assumption? It’s a belief that’s based on incomplete, unexamined, or outdated evidence. Today we’ll take a look at where assumptions come from and how they can limit your success. In part two, we’ll discuss how to challenge your assumptions and stop them from getting in your way.
Ever have one of those days when nothing seems to go right? You take one step forward and two steps back? Even during those times when everything feels out of control, you can choose to be in control of one thing – your attitude. Read this week’s Tip by Chris Widener with thoughts about choosing your attitude.
It dawned on me recently that I’m no longer having conversations with my clients about perfectionism. This week’s Tip focuses on the current ideals my clients are talking about that lead to business success.
What if you could access your courage at any time? This week’s Tip by Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch provides ideas to help you find your courage.
In addition to celebrating their successes, each time I talk to my coaching clients, we look at potential obstacles that could be holding them back from reaching their goals. This week’s Tip highlights frequent stumbling blocks along with recommendations to overcome them.
What’s your role in how complex your business circumstances are? In this week’s Tip, Simon Tyler shares how reality often overwhelms you and dictates the way you operate and the reactions and responses you have. Fortunately, you have the ability to cause it to be different!
Are you a “confidence” player? There is a huge difference in how you show up and perform when you are confident vs. not confident. This week’s Tip by Simon Tyler provides some steps to make a positive shift to confidence.
My life has recently improved because I asked for help (much later than I could have). This week’s Tip poses four reasons why you, too, may not be asking for help. Read on to see the benefit of reconsidering this philosophy.
This week’s Tip by Steve Straus, on considering the impact I am having, resonated for me. Sometimes I forget or lose touch with this knowledge. And then, I am reminded – a prior client calls to say thank you. Or, I close my eyes and breathe and remember I chose the work I do for a reason and get back in touch with that feeling and knowing. Do you know the impact you are having?
In last week’s Tip, I talked about the impact of a simple heartfelt salutation. This week’s Tip continues the theme of communication with the time saving tactic of being concise.