We have to say “no” to good things to be able to say “yes” to important things. We simply can’t do it all.
So be mindful and choose wisely today. You have to sacrifice something that you value less than whatever it is you ultimately want to achieve.
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See life as it is, without all the ideals and fantasies you’ve been preoccupied with.
The vast majority of our struggles are self-created, and we can choose to overcome them in an instant.
Tying your self-worth to everyone else’s opinions gives you a flawed sense of reality because people judge us based on a pool of influences in their own lives that have absolutely nothing to do with us.
We need to learn from the past, but also to be ready to update what we learned based on how our circumstances have changed.
Fully embrace reality and the broad range of experiences you encounter on the road of life, taking the good with the bad.
... it’s something we do. Our passion comes from doing things right.
If you’re waiting to find your passion somewhere outside yourself, so you finally have a reason to put your whole heart and soul into life, you’ll likely be waiting around for an eternity.
Start working toward your goals. Don't just wait around for someone or something outside yourself to pick you up and carry you forward.
Assertiveness is behaving in one's own best interests, standing up for oneself without being anxious or guilty, expressing one's honest feelings comfortably, and exercising one's right without denying others theirs.
Practice assertiveness by being firm and demanding yet soft, direct and respectful.
In today's social economy, servant leaders will cast a company vision and enroll their followers to express their voice as co-creators and co-contributors to the vision.
And their first priority is creating psychological safety among their tribes: They pump the fear out of the room and liberate their people to freely collaborate, innovate, and engage.
This introductory question serves as an icebreaker to lend an easy flow to the conversation. It helps the recruiter to get to know you in terms of hard and soft skills.
It’s a great opportunity to demonstrate that you can communicate clearly and effectively.