Are you in a culture of compliance or is your inner rebel rising?
When you find yourself on a path of de-motivation it is likely that you have scoured your thoughts in an attempt to re-establish the point of you, your purpose. You may have rebelled or just complied.
You have a choice, there is another way.
Attitude has been central on my radar now for some time. Here you can find out more on how to reset your attitude, get the balance between determination and calmness and give it the boost it needs.
Change can be hard and sometimes seem difficult to start. When you’re stuck but you recognise positive change is needed – where do you start?
Do your great intentions get lost? Are they overtaken by the next challenge or issue that presents itself?
Don’t let the opportunity to create positive change slip away. It’s now – this is your year.
Follow my 3 simple steps to activate your resolutions.
As a leader it is you that will set and change the pace. Whether you are leading from the front, from within the pack or from behind the front line, your role in influencing, encouraging and setting the speed and creating change will be a huge factor in success.
Nothing stays the same. Everything is changing.
When we grasp and grip on a situation or an emotion we can delude ourselves that there is permanence. Ascribing the word ‘stuck’ can hem us in but it is never true, something is always in the process of change.
You were born unique, the only and original version of you, with a particular set of attributes and abilities. You are subconsciously drawn to certain things. You think and feel just the way you do.
You are a full set of quirks- a “quirk-set”- fully or partly developed. Are some of your quirks being hidden through fear of standing out? What might happen if you were to flaunt your quirks?
We communicate non-verbally all the time, and not always deliberately or desirably!
When connecting and collaborating with others, most of us are, to some degree, aware of our body language and both consciously and unconsciously pick up on the signals being communicated through the body language of others. The meeting of these two message-communication units (you and them) often dictates the quality of connection and the can predicate the likely success of the outcome.