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Courage - Get Real and Discover Your Potential

When you think of the word courage, what comes to mind? Is it the hero who runs into the fully engulfed building and rescues all of the puppies? Is it the woman who donates her kidney to save her best friend? Most of our minds instantly go to these extreme scenarios. We think of courage as some grand gesture. But let’s reframe this. If you take a minute to think, it is likely that each one of us has demonstrated courage recently, maybe even today. Did you pick up the phone and have a conversation that you’ve been putting off? Did you agree to go on that hike with a friend even though you knew that you would be too sore to walk for the next week. Did you respond with your true, real feelings in a situation where you normally would have clammed up and kept the peace? Each of these are instances of courage. Sometimes these small acts of courage, are actually the hardest. In the earlier more drastic examples that I gave, adrenaline or love moves you into action. Most of the...

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Creativity on Purpose

I believe a key component of being successful in business and in life comes down to being creative. We all are creative. The challenge is getting that creativity to come out. We are so busy and distracted. It’s hard to stop, think and create the space needed in our minds to explore ideas. But these ideas are where the gold is.

By implementing a system to stimulate ideas and creativity, you will supercharge your results and success in your business and life. This one key element in my weekly routine has changed the game for me.

Your personal growth plan creates a great deal of “input” and primes the pump for what is called The Thinking Tablet exercise. The Thinking Tablet exercise creates the “output”.

Here’s how it works:

2 times per week, you are going to carve 30 minutes out of your schedule to simply “Think”. So first, look at your schedule and find 2 times each week that work best for you. Pick 2 times that work for you...

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Presence– Key to Being More Present and Engaged

Being more present and engaged has been a constant battle for me. It wasn’t until I was introduced to the concept of “Triggers” that it became easier. Like many of you, I’m going 100 miles an hour every day, I’m scheduled super tight with one meeting or activity moving right into the next. I’d often find myself thinking about what was next, rather than being present and engaged. I’m a planner and strategist by nature, so it’s a challenge for me to not be planning ahead. This can be a real positive in some ways, but the problem is, you often miss out on what is happening in the moment. At one point I realized the gravity in which this had begun to affect my life and the overall impact on the things that were important to me and to others. I was truly on auto-pilot. I’d get to work and not remember getting there or be done showering and realize I didn’t rinse the conditioner out of my hair…I’m sure you can relate...

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Clarity – The First Step to an Exceptional Life

The key to living a high-performance life starts with clarity. You need to be very clear about WHO you are and WHERE you are, to understand who you need to be, to get where you want to go. I know that was a mouthful, but you get the gist. To be laser focused, your mind needs order. It thrives on order. Without clarity, intention and action, you are a ship without a rudder. To start gaining clarity, you first need to be clear about where you are. Begin by making an assessment of the key areas of your life – Yourself, Your Career, Your Health, Your Relationships and Your spirituality.

Rate yourself in each area on a scale of 1 to 10. Be honest with yourself. Nobody is going to see this but you, so you’ll only be cheating yourself if you’re not 100% honest. So, for example, a question I might ask myself is – on a scale of 1 to 10, Am I showing up as my “best self” in my interactions with my team? Let’s say I rate myself a 6. The next question I...

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