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David Copperfield was described by FORBES as commercially the most successful magician in history. He credits PASSION, PREPARATION AND PERSISTENCE as important factors to achieving his dream career. Umm…. not bad traits to emulate. What would passion, preparation and persistence look like in your career?
Three areas generate vast workforce improvements, and the good news is that they won’t add one thin dime to your budget—Unlocking the Potential of Coaching—Mentoring—Sponsoring Relationships for your people.
During the disruption, companies, who have been loyal to their employees, are expecting loyalty in return, and when it isn’t exhibited, they’re becoming far less tolerant than ever before.
For those of you who can’t afford to lose, you have no choice. Forget PIVOT and FIRE-UP!
The success formula in today’s marketplace is far more complicated than ever, which leaves plenty of room for falling flat on your face. Embedded in the experience of failure is the doorway leading to the bright future you aspire to create for yourself.
There are primarily two reasons people start their own business, or in your case, enable dreams to come to fruition, yet only one creates powerful, long-lasting outcomes.
The fact that you’re reading this blog tells me, in your heart of hearts, you know you’re meant to have a life that’s passionate and satisfying. What aren’t you recognizing and savoring because it showed up packaged differently than your expectations?
There’s no question women executives have progressed far more than the female workforce today can ever imagine—I know that better than many, which is where the wisdom of this blog comes into play. We’re getting closer, but we haven’t made it to the top-most levels of our companies in equal numbers.
Don’t get stuck. You have to go through stumbling blocks before arriving at your destination. Be assured, just around the corner, a yes is waiting to guide you ever closer to your future.
Stop misleading yourself that asking for what you want is not worth your time. You’ll be giving up a powerful practice for building an equally powerful career.
There are few enterprises in your work or personal life that occur without first capturing your brain’s attention and resources. How about consciously adding the ingredient of this magical envisioning power to your career?