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Confidence is the secret sauce that is needed to achieve our fondest dreams. A key element of confidence is recognizing we deserve to succeed.
The annual performance review ritual does not serve employees or employers. Let’s find a solution that inspires and truly rewards performance. Individuals should also think about reviewing progress against goals on a regular basis.
Self-care is critical to our ability to be our best selves. Indulgence, characterized by consumption, is often mistaken for self-care, which requires little time or money. Finding ways to take care of ourselves every day can add to our confidence, our wellbeing and our happiness.
Confidence is a journey that allows us to acknowledge what we don’t know or can’t do, without feeling less worthy. A confident person does not let pride lead them to foolish choices.
Confidence is the secret sauce that is needed to take ideas to successes.
Friendships, often neglected, not only help our sense of balance and wellbeing, but can power up our careers in ways we cannot even guess at
Volunteering does not just benefit an organization. The volunteer has an opportunity to gain social connection, skills, explore new ideas and opportunities. The ROI of volunteering will surprise you.
When outside groups, whether based on gender, race, religion, political views, we risk losing the ability to create better solutions, avoid Groupthink and grow our organizations. When we exclude outside groups, we are the losers.
When we feel like outsiders, we sometimes stop ourselves from participating. The group loses as much as we do. We may be telling ourselves stories that are meaningless and irrelevant. What to do in those situations? Clearly, changing the story we tell ourselves and our mindset is critical.
At a recent workshop on Mentoring, I stressed to the audience composed of mentors and mentees that one of the key roles for mentors was to be role models. I can imagine that this landed on some of the mentors like a lead balloon. No, they could never be “off”; they...