Ever wish someone else’s success was yours? Someone closes a big deal with a client, or gets a promotion and you think ‘what about me’? Why not me? Instead of feeling happy for that person, you feel like shit about yourself.
Investing time and energy on jealousy keeps you stuck. It steals from your ability to create what you want in your career. So ask yourself… what is the value of jealousy, really?
Using the success and achievements of others as inspiration is a much more useful and powerful tool. But that’s easier said than done. How do you effectively make that transition?
In this episode, I’m going to share my proven tools to use jealousy as a trigger to practice being inspired so you can create more in your career and reach your goals faster with a lot less stress, anxiety and burnout.
You’ll explore why you feel jealous in the first place and what it looks like so you can really recognize it. I’ll share the slight differences between jealousy and inspiration and how we often confuse it with competitiveness.
And of course, I’ll give you 4 tools you can practice to turn jealousy into inspiration for good.
I’m going to say right up front that I suuuucked at giving feedback for a very long time. I made all the mistakes, which is why I intimately understand the challenges.
There are two parts to giving feedback that drives results. There’s the ‘how to do it’. But more importantly there’s the WHY you’re doing it.
We get a lot of training on the how and not-so-much on the why… and why is that?
It’s probably because we think the WHY is always the same, right? We think it’s because we want people to perform better, and we want better results … but is it? Really?
I’m going to offer that there’s a lot more to it than that, and the more you understand your personal ‘why’, the easier and more natural it’s going to be to execute on your ideal ‘how’.
So in this episode, I’m going to start by reviewing the whys behind feedback that can get messy. And then I’m going to share three thoughts that make your whys more effective and your hows way easier to deliver.
I want you to be the leader who is so confident in the impact of their feedback, and values it so much, you prioritize it in your week.
What would change in your results if that were the case?
I’ll tell you something that you already know; “You have to take care of yourself if you want to succeed”.
But what does that really mean? A statement like that tends to go in one ear and out the other.
Well, I’ll tell you what it doesn’t mean… it doesn’t mean a spa day, Netflix or a vacation. It doesn’t even mean time off or buying yourself something nice.
What I want to share is a more active form of self-care that helps you make better decisions, save time, achieve more, have less stress and stay focused on a consistent basis…day in and day out – no vacation required.
It’s career planning time… and this year, I want to offer you three skills that everyone needs to have on their development plan.
These are three skills that every one of my clients struggle with in some way whether they’re in the C-Suite or at a mid-management level.
Simply focusing on these three skills will likely make everything else on your development plan significantly easier.These are three skills any successful leader needs.
In this episode, I’m going to share these three game-changers, what they mean, how they show up in your day-to-day, and what you can do to address them so that you can achieve your goals faster and be the leader you want to be more often.
’m talking about the thing that we do that creates the most stress in our lives… worrying.
When you think rationally about the value of worrying about what other people think, you know it doesn’t solve anything and it’s a massive waste of time. Not only that, but it’s probably totally unnecessary.
Yet, we get caught up in worry because knowing something and living something are two different things, right?
Well in this podcast episode, I want to help you live that ‘worry-free’ life. I’m going to give you three really good reasons to stop worrying that you probably haven’t heard before, PLUS, I’m going to give you the top questions I ask myself when I want to stop worrying.