Excuses

Excuses

Excuses, Fulfilling, Full Potential, Goals, Growth, Habits, Inspiring, Leadership, Leadership Fuel, Leading, Potential, Setting Goals, Uncategorized
Are you using excuses for not maximizing your full potential? What excuses are being used? Do you often hear or say the “I’m so busy!” declaration, or "if I had more time, help, money, etc.?”  These are excuses. They are smoke and mirrors, merely facades to deflect attention from the fact that you or others are not reaching set goals. Unproductive as these methods may be, they are used daily. Be honest with yourself and those you lead and stop the excuses. Put on your leadership armor and strike down the deflective dysfunction. Stop allowing yourself or others to hide from success.  "Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.” - George Washington Carver
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Mental Silos

Mental Silos

Character, Choice, coaching, Communication, Direction, Engagement, EQ, Five Behaviors, teams, Teamwork, Uncategorized, Workplace
Working in a silo is dirty work both literally and figuratively speaking. Farmers would tell you that silos are vital to their trade, however, there is no place for large, dusty, and hollow mental silos in the workplace. People are meant to work together and not as a silo. What might be causing your team members to have mental silos? Trust, conflict, commitment, or accountability issues? The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ program can help your team be productive. The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ has a simple goal: To facilitate a learning experience that helps professionals and their organizations discover what it takes to build a truly cohesive and effective team. With this program, participants will learn how, as a team, they score on the key components of…
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Life Presents Only Opportunities

Life Presents Only Opportunities

Choice, Direction, EQ, forward motion, Obstacles, Opportunities, Truth
When life presents obstacles, it is not easy to see what lies ahead-Opportunity.  It would be difficult to share this concept with a terminal patient.  Realizing that you are not controlled by your emotions, can reveal many opportunities.  It is said that, “Life offers neither problems nor challenges, only opportunities.” (Bruce Schneider, iPEC Founder) This is Truth. You must decide if this is true or Truth.  The choice is up to you.
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