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Tuesday, December 26, 2017
We are 6 days (if you count the 26th) away from the new year. We are nearing the end of yet another great year of ups and downs and highs and lows. What did you accomplish? What are you proud of? List out as many great things you did this year. Don’t focus on the negative things (who cares about those). Keep this list close and use it as a measuring guide to what great things you will accomplish next year. Finish this year and prepare to create the next year. I can’t wait to read what you have done.
#TheEnd #TruthSpeaks #Learn #TeachTrainEducate
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Here is a question you should ask yourself daily: Am I at peace in my career? You should first define what is “peace” for yourself. As I mentioned, you create your own world, therefore you create your own career. If what you are doing each is driving you insane it may be time to evaluate your peace level. Here are some questions you can ask yourself:
1. Am I stressed to the point to where I don’t have a life?
2. Do I cry about going to work (literally cry)?
3. Do I hate the people I work with?
4. Do I ask myself why am I doing this job three times a day or more?
These are just a few questions to start you off with evaluating your peace level. Make the changes today because nothing beats having peace in all areas of our lives.
#Peace #TruthSpeaks #Learn #TeachTrainEducate
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Recently, I was given feedback and it didn’t feel very good to hear even though it was delivered professionally. I agreed with the feedback and I am going to adhere to it. I define feedback as opinionated information delivered based on one’s view of another’s performance or actions. Feedback can be positive and constructive but should never be considered negative, because is it geared to aid individuals to become better and propose areas of improvement. Feedback is needed for growth and development not only in life but in your career. I recommend to take feedback seriously but not personally, trust the person who delivers the feedback to have your best interest in mind, and simply act. A rule of thumb is if more than one person delivers the same feedback especially at different times in your life or career, take heed to it and make the necessary changes. Other people see things in us that we can’t see.
#Feedback #TruthSpeaks #Learn #TeachTrainEducate