Try to find a person who doesn’t at times tell himself or herself a false story based on comments that others make. The problem is not that we do this, but that we often don’t recognize it, and we allow that story to drive a wedge in our relationships.
Outcomes and process the cornerstones of productivity: what you produce (or deliver) and how you produce (or deliver) it. Most of us get stuck in one or the other; sometimes in both. Yesterday I shared several ways we get stuck with process. Today I’m addressing outcomes.
Some of biggest mistakes we make when trying to grow our businesses or any area of life are rooted in our processes.
The secret to supercharging your growth without falling victim to burnout and overwhelm.
Conditioning new behavior and breaking habits is never easy, and when done in public they often trigger the very perfectionism I’m trying to break. What’s helping me embrace published ovdr perfect.
If you’re going to create an event focused on connection, it helps to give people what they need to connect.