Here are a few ways you can improve your self-management skills:
MORE IDEAS FROM THE ARTICLE
Here are six leadership principles that you can apply to your own life before you seek to lead others.
Rules to Managing Yourself So You Can Manage Others. Seriously, if you're not managing yourself effectively, how do you expect to manage your team? ...
At the core of self-management are three skills everyone must develop:
(1) learning to manage your commitments and time;
(2) cultivating the motivation and capability to learn new things on your own in support of your work; and
(3) building and nurturing your personal network
The ABC Technique is an approach developed by Albert Ellis and adapted by Martin Seligman to help us think more optimistically. The technique is based on our explanatory style. That is, how we explain difficult or stressful situations to ourselves, across dimensions of permanence, pervasiveness, and personalization.
Have you ever heard someone say, "I wish I had that kind of willpower ," when her friend orders the salad instead of the chicken? It's as if they are convinced some people were born with self control . But self discipline is a learned skill, not an innate characteristic.
There's no evidence that increased leisure time equates to increased self-discipline. In fact, it doesn't matter how much time you have but what you choose to do with your time, matters.
Similar to building physical muscle, your mental muscle requires intentional exercise. Over time, your self-discipline muscles can be built.
Leaders can choose to rely on Occam's razor. They can select the idea that makes the fewest assumptions. By choosing an idea that has the fewest unknowns a leader can safeguard against surprises and disasters.
Of course, the simplest solution may not be the most daring. A leader who promotes innovation won't always take the well-traveled road, but won't leave behind their map either.
You have an estimated 70,000 thoughts per day. That's 70,000 chances to build yourself up or tear yourself down.
If you call yourself names, doubt your abilities and second-guess your decisions, you'll harm your performance (and most likely you'll also be risking your physical and psychological health). But the good news is, you can change the way you think.
❤️ Brainstash Inc.