NANCY FREDERICKS INTERNATIONAL
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?
You need to live every moment with courage—that is, if you’ve made-up your mind to experience all the potential residing inside. You see, your setbacks could just become the setup point guiding you to all you were created to be.
There’s no question today’s work environment holds executives accountable for delivering more powerful messages than ever before. Shrinking into the shadows instead of standing stage center eliminates the opportunity to influence and inspire others.
I encourage generating a 20 year out Activating Vision, which is so enormous and bold, your knees knock, and lips tremble as you claim it out loud. This 20-year timeline eliminates the possibility that who you are today will interfere or limit in any way the potential of who you can become.
No matter how you chose to slice the issue, companies with multiple women decision-makers are more profitable by whatever measurement of success is employ.
Interruptions often are a warning signal pointing the way to process improvements or at a minimum, specific aspects of your job demanding a fix.
It’s not only your conscious values operating inside of you that establish the why, how, and what of your life’s journey, but the unconscious ones as well.
Would you be surprised to hear your performance improves and your stress decreases as you focus on what and what not to pay attention to at work?
Do you find many of your meetings an incomprehensible waste—as in what did I accomplish—as I discovered?
Research by Dr. Hilla Dotant establishes men initiate negotiations four times as often as women; women who negotiate achieve 30 percent less than men with 20 percent of women never negotiating at all even though they know they should.
As the Founding Fathers were wrestling with generating an enduring constitution, James Madison said: We are in the wilderness without a single step to guide us.