In preparation for writing, I do some thinking and brainstorming a couple weeks in advance. Then I let the ideas sit. The morning I am to put pen to paper, I review my notes and then sit and write. Each time, it gets easier and easier to let the ideas and stories flow. The more I trust the process, the more ideas pop into my head. This week’s Tip by Michael Neill encourages you to be even more free form, trusting your creativity to shine through.
This Tip by Owen Allen caught my eye because I had never seen the acronym BSRIOFW (Be Slow Right Instead of Fast Wrong). It poses food for thought in today’s fast paced world.
When my children ran track in high school, they were taught that successful runners run through the finish line, not just to it. As an observer, I could see the difference and the improved results. As the runner, they could, too. How do you perform at work? Are you running to or through the finish line of your projects? This week’s Tip by Steve Straus takes this comparison to the work setting.
Want to get more sales? Different situations require different behaviors. This Tip by Jeffrey Gitomer illustrates the sales behavior that leads to winning.
Do people seek you out for your input and want to spend time with you? Then you probably have a positive communication style. This week Loren Ekroth shares his thoughts about your communication style and how it could be impacting your effectiveness in the workplace.
Are you energized and ready to dive back into work at the end of August? If yes, congratulations! If not, this week’s Tip is just for you!
Many of my clients participate in teams, often as the lead. They are always looking for ways to keep participants engaged and energized. This week’s Tip by Simon Tyler provides some great questions to ask the team in order to increase their success.
Each of us has a great amount of wisdom in ourselves. This week’s Tip is a reminder of how to tap into that knowing to be more effective at work.
I love this week’s Tip by Steve Straus. It flipped my viewpoint on uncertainty with the vision of the child at play. How about you?
When I first start working with a client I hear a lot of “shoulds.” And in fact, I catch myself using the term when I’m in the process of making a decision. This week’s Tip is an invitation to consider where “shoulds” are no longer working for you and what you can do about it.