For a small percentage of us, willpower alone may be enough to change a habit. For the rest of us, intentional environmental changes, called nudges, can serve us to shift our behavior.
Mindfulness. In recent years, neuroscience and psychology research has been amassing and documenting benefits that have been celebrated for centuries amongst those following ancient wisdom around this practice.
Presence can be hard to pin down, but we usually recognize it when we see it. Your presence is how others experience you.
If leveraging other people is the work that allows a leader to scale and deliver critical results, success can’t be random – it requires a disciplined approach and a regular cadence of communication.
“I don’t have time to coach my staff – we are all too busy. They need answers and direction.” If you are a leader or manager, you may have been in that same situation or even have said those same words.
We have all fallen victim to the power of “shoulds.” We say it all the time. “I should eat better.” “I should work out more.” “I should be saving more money.”