Posts Tagged ‘personal brand’

Three Steps to Gracefully Rebound From Bad Behaviour

Three steps

Have you ever done or said something that you wish you could take back immediately?

I recently had a conversation with a leader who overreacted to an individual on her team, in front of her whole team. It was not pretty and she desperately wanted to take it back. Instead, she went into hiding and berated herself for her bad behaviour.

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Stop it! You Are Sabotaging Your Success

Stop it

There are gestures and behaviours that can be undermining your brand success and holding you back. The kicker is you don’t even know it!

It can feel a bit like driving your car with the emergency brake on. You notice your car has no pickup and can’t really figure out why. Until you notice the emergency brake is engaged, you release it and without any extra effort you pick up speed.

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Lessons I Learned from Jack Canfield

Lessons I learned

A number of years ago I decided to make a substantial investment in myself to grow as a person and as a leader. I regularly invest in myself to learn and grow although never at this level. This started an internal dialogue of justifying my worth in making such a substantial investment in myself!

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Seven Steps to Link Your Thoughts To Your Success

Seven steps

In a conversation with my niece, who had just graduated with honours from university, she was sharing all the job opportunities she had to choose from. Her level of enthusiasm washed away any fleeting thoughts of doubt.

Listening to her was a powerful reminder that we are in charge of our thoughts and what we focus on influences what we do in our lives.

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Life Advice by Mike Rowe

Mike Rowe

Have you ever declared you wanted something in your life and prepared the mental list of exactly what had to be included for you to be happy? You know that list for the perfect man or woman! The perfect job! Heck, the perfect life!

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5 Maverick Moves That Demonstrate Confidence

Being a maverick is being best in class.

Standing out as an independent thinker and a bit of a rebel. Not conforming to all the rules or shying away from uncomfortable situations.

There are the famous mavericks you know in business and entertainment, and those that you encounter in your own everyday life.

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Authentic Leaders Edge

Next Step

Ready to implement a model that elevates your leaders and has them taking ownership of who they are and the results they achieve? Interested in creating the environment that puts people first to increase engagement, build trust and improve how business gets done?

Let’s start a conversation. It will give you the opportunity to get your questions answered and understand if it is a good fit for you, your leaders or organization.