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?
Stop living from a just-now mentality. Employees who hold this attitude don’t understand circumstances change and morph into something else entirely, often turning into the right answer to your career goals.
I don’t know what it is about November. Somehow every year I journey down memory lane recalling all I’m grateful for this year. And you are one of the relationships I count as meaningful! Thanks for being you. Happy Thanksgiving! I thought you might enjoy this poem....
In business, many dwell in a tit-for-tat world, where it takes courage to reach out in compassion rather than retaliation. Breeding kindness opens the doors for connectivity of all kinds to turn up—and in today’s diverse marketplace that’s essential for success.
Today, fear, in most cases, is a passive response. One that holds you hostage impeding you from accomplishing all you’re intended to be. When you allow fear to thrive within, you rob yourself of the external opportunities designed to fulfill your dreams.
Today’s corporate success emerges out of a medley of talented executives who are pooling together diverse ideas, all the while working smart to achieve a shared vision.
You can elect to jumpstart yourself into a happier, more productive, and favorable state by flooding your thoughts with gratitude. Such a choice isn’t merely constructive for you. It’s also beneficial for those working alongside you.
Even though our culture judges working with an excellent boss as the answer to being successful… It isn’t! The truth is working for the “less than stellar boss” is a winning formula for your career future.
The marketplace is placing more demands on companies and, thus, their employees. Productivity starts with assessing every activity your hands and mind touch versus what you should be doing.
Anyone can do shallow. It requires focused time and effort to see insight and connectivity where others don’t. Such heightened discernment involves uninterrupted concentration, not possible when you’re multitasking.
As a high-performing executive, your job is to navigate change with assurance from beginning through to completion. It’s an essential competency though much easier said than performed.