The good news is you can learn to be a top achiever! In this week’s Tip, Chris Widener shares 6 traits you can build and develop to become successful. He also notes you don’t have to be born with these attributes. How many do you already possess?
“I want more confidence!” These are the words of many of my clients when they first start coaching with me. As Natalie Manor describes in this week’s Tip, sometimes you have to “fake it ‘til you make it.”
One of my values is clarity. When I hear something I don’t understand, I ask for clarification. The responses I get to this request range from really funny to really rich. Some people give the same response only louder while others elaborate so that I have a deeper understanding of what the person meant by their words. Natalie Manor reminds us of the importance of clear communication.
What’s a great choice you made recently? What’s another great choice you can make this week?
What is the difference between “perfect” and your “personal best”? Which one is a true example of success?
Do you struggle with opposite facets of your nature? How can you stop struggling? How else might you view them?
Better leaders develop healthier organizations. So what makes a better leader?
What if you already have what you need to make your dreams come true?