participated in an outreach event in Wilmington, DE, this past Saturday. As I spoke to several individuals who came by my table, a woman asked me for a copy of my book as she shared that she would be graduating with her Bachelor’s degree soon but was not quite sure what she would do yet. [Read more in the post]
Preparation matters. Skills are important, but mental preparation is even more so. In many cases, the thing we want requires some form of transformation when the moment of opportunity strikes. Be ready to coach yourself through the discomfort.
If you want to drive change, learn to wield great questions.
Schools can teach you academically, but like many things, practice makes it permanent.
I was bullied regularly during most of my elementary school years. I was large for my age, lacked confidence, wore thick glasses, sang in the school choir, played in the band, and was a crossing safety. You get the picture; I didn’t hang with the cool crowd. [Read more in post]
When you find fulfillment in the opportunity to serve alone, you have found treasure. When you can lead with the same mindset, you model world-changing behavior.
Consider “reaping’ gravy on top. We may all want something different. The good news is, what you put out, you get back, and it often comes from places that you least expect it.
If you love on them, they are going to love on your customers.
Conversely, if they don’t feel any love, well …
What would you do differently if you knew a stream of failures were simply milestones on your way to victory? [Read more in the post]
In the pursuit of your purpose and goals, the things you do daily will determine the outcomes. Consider what habits you need to keep, those you need to create, and those you need to replace, all in service of your desired results.
Change often prompts fear. However, going along to get along is short-lived at best.
Let fear be the calling card that lets you know that great things are waiting for you. Keep pushing forward.