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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?
Do you ever hear yourself saying you’re unsatisfied, unrewarded, or unhappy?
You may be living a UN life that slowly and surely spirals you downward into disappointment, choking the life out of your enthusiasm.
Executives experience an emotional mixed bag where innovation and creativity are concerned. For the most part, it is an unhelpful negative mindset harming an employee’s contributions.
Trust me… “You’ve Got This.” You already know how to build a thriving career. Tweaking one is easy-peasy!
For a moment, review any possible wishing away your career thoughst you may have … better boss. Or to receive a promotion. Or have a career you love. Or that others will recognize your abilities. Think of them as problem-resolution hurdles to your fulfilling career.
How many years have futurists predicted that AIs are coming after our jobs? It’s no longer down the road. The acceleration of adopting AI intelligence is happening right now–eevn at executive levels!
Much of the angst you’re experiencing right now is churning from your brain. With this in mind, I offer five rebounding techniques to turn any shambolic week on its ears.
I use “Alley-Oop” in a business blog as it, has an against all odds, take no prisoner, attitude in pursuit of one’s objective.
Yes, organizations are stellar at developing tactical, definable knowledge relevant to your day-to-day development—it’s just not often applicable to gaining a heightened career future!
If you feel comfy in your brand-new leadership role, a giant CAUTION…CAUTION…CAUTION message should be flashing across your brain. Comfort means you haven’t stepped into the entire expansiveness of leadership.
Imposter syndrome is a closely-held secret between you and you alone, though you unintentionally signal it to everyone through your actions, conversations, and presence. Dread rides you daily.