All visions are not created equal. A recent experience taught me what we must include to create a powerful and sustainable vision that will motivate us even through tough times.
Maybe you’re hearing everyone talk about the need to have a vision. What is the big deal? Here are 5 reasons why having a vision is so important.
We are motivated by progress, but progress isn’t always noticeable. A strategy to keep yourself motivated and doing the work when you’re not seeing results.
When you consider why you’re doing any action or choosing a certain path, do you give a reason or a rationalization? There’s a difference.
What motivates your work and the actions you take in life? Are your actions infused with joy and meaning, or are you acting based in fear?
We think tough love and criticism is the path to improvement and peak performance, but that’s a myth. It turns out that the edge comes from self-compassion.
The value of accountability buddies is taken as accepted wisdom. But it’s not always so clear cut. In the end, there’s only one accountability buddy that matters.