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?
There’s no question that you can move your career forward through consistency and commitment. However, those at the top didn’t get there alone. No, leaders at their professional peak were smart enough to partner with a coach to speed up their success journey.
The ones who will be celebrating their great year will be those who make it happen by using their time to bring what they want into existence instead of following a well-worn pathway not designed with their desires in mind.
In the face of the great employment shuffle or employee exodus, there’s no question that business is adding pressure on its remaining workforce, leaving employees scrambling to produce higher levels than ever before.
As the person answerable to the project, you often spot more about the problems and even realize solutions than does your boss, but here is where the rub comes in. If you’re silent, all your knowledge is lost.
Labels often minimize or kill off the stirring of your purpose. I encourage you to make choices based upon the greatness of your dreams—not the limitation of the labels placed on you.
As you focus on all the good entering your orb of influence, you permit your brain to absorb more goodness.
The most effective way to influence others is to engage emotions—and stories do that. They touch the listener’s heart sticking like burrs in a way no other communication does.
I you want to gain altitude in your career, make room to learn, think, and generate.
As a woman, you succeed because you’re brilliant and talented. And it’s time to celebrate all that makes women remarkable and highly effective in business—your heart… your attitude!