Has your organisation become addicted to meetings? Could now be the time for you and your colleagues to look again at your meeting culture and make the change? Nothing changes until something changes!
What is your relationship to impossible?
Are you unconsciously accepting your current situation, restricting and deleting thoughts of what could be? Have you created a habit of ending aspirational thinking as soon as it reaches what you judge to be impossible? What aspects of hope and desire have you not visited for a while? Now might be time to visit them again.
For how long are you affected by an annoyance? When things don’t turn out the way you wish or expect; when others act in a way that jars or aggravates you; when your intentions meet resistance or just don’t pan out; how do you react and for how long do you hold that gritted teeth response? Read on to turn this into a new powerful you.
What are you immediately driven to think, say or do? Over time you will have become used to your way of thinking, your instinctive responses have developed. I often notice that we can exercise choice more purposefully and more often. We are either evolving or repeating. Your choice-muscle could be rejuvenated by exercise and strengthening.
When stuck in the low-mojo state trudging seems to take the place of striding; lethargy replaces playfulness; unattractiveness replaces seduction! In working through the three “Mojo-Igniters” in this Simple Note you can reassess and restart your patterns of behaviour that lead to ‘Best You’!
How are decisions, yours and others, affecting your potential? Could your frustrations stem from indecision or clouded decision making?
This Simple Note observes the effects of decisions and indecisions!
Over the last few weeks I regularly been asked by clients and friends for presentation advice and whilst there is no definitive and recurring “Simon’s Tip List”, I’ve been noticing the thoughts that consistently resonated. This simple note focuses on the magnetic, even hypnotic power for the words you may not currently be conscious of using.
Over the last few months I have been in conversation with people who have found themselves at different stages along the spectrum of change – from those that are fearful and resistant; to those that are exhausted from efforts to make change happen; and to those that are in the midst of change - relishing it or rueing it!