Don't Play Small: Eliminate the Energy Zappers!

If we are committed to creating work and a personal life that is balanced and fulfilling…if we want to fully express our unique gifts and be of service, it is necessary to consciously evaluate and eliminate the tolerations standing in our way.

Here are some ideas on how to do that:

https://www.coachsheeba.com/blog/tolerations-the-energy-zapper

Leadership Tip

 

I saw this billboard a couple of months ago and thought to myself how this is NOT necessarily the case for so many today. Feedback shouldn't feel scary. It is an opportunity to reflect AND change how we communicate, relate and lead others. 

When was the last time you had a chance to take an inventory of yourself? How would you like to understand how you are showing up AND receive feedback so you can become effective in the contexts you find yourself in?  Take the True Tilt Profile and learn more about your patterns and habits that can serve as your strengths and weaknesses that will impact your growth and development over time. 

Busyness vs Productivity

Productivity is about how much you accomplish rather than how busy you are.  So it's important to learn how to work more efficiently so you have enough time to focus on your regular responsibilities and your future goals too.

Embarking on a goal-setting journey can be overwhelming, which is why it is helpful to plan your actions according to levels of priority. The following goal setting activity is designed to allow you to make the most of your time so that the goals you set get done.

https://www.coachsheeba.com/blog/busyness-productivity

Embracing Change

Change is so vital in our lives. And, with change we can experience uncertainty, insecurity, doubt, and fear. However, WITHOUT the change, we will stagnate. Don't allow your mindset to be the obstacle for your growth.

DO embrace the change.

Often change becomes the conduit that unlocks the gifts within you.

How to Inspire Leadership

Great leadership doesn't require a diploma or a degree. It's not reserved for some elite group of people.

Leadership can be something for everyone to embrace, from administrative assistant to janitor to manager to CEO. However, it requires a shift in your mindset, an understanding of your identity, and a realization that you influence and impact people on a daily basis through the ways you communicate, manage and relate to others.

Standards

"The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves." Ray Kroc

What are the standards that you have set for yourself?

Have you found it difficult to maintain those standards?