2020 has been a crazy year for many of us, while some have found more balance for themselves or their families, others have had a really hard time adapting to working online.
2020 was our best year so far, but it didn’t start out this way.
So in this episode, I went back in time to share with you how our year went professionally; what challenges we had and how we faced them, but also what I think we did great.
Do you have resolutions for 2021?
Unfortunately, research shows that less than 10% of New Year’s resolutions are kept. In this podcast, I will tell you why this is and how you can improve your chances tremendously to keep this year’s resolutions and become a more focused and impactful leader.
We are talking about five principles you should use as a guide to develop a growth mindset, manage your energy, and find a balance between your work and personal life.
We talk about the power of storytelling, vulnerability, and managing your energy. If you want to improve your storytelling abilities and learn about the importance of managing your energy in times of stress or illness, be sure to check out the podcast!
I know, I know… it’s really hard to pause.
That is exactly why I wanted to make this podcast for those who find it so difficult to do that while you know how important it is. Today, we’ll talk about why it is so important to pause and what you can do to manage your pauses and slow down.
Have you noticed the more things you have to do, the more stressed you are?
Whatever you want to buy or to do something, you must choose between so many opportunities. We live in a world of choices. We get triggered from everywhere, our phone, our computer, at work, at home. The more you have, the more you need to work, the more stress you have, … I realize that I needed more space for time, for creativity, and for myself. That’s why I learn about minimalism as a leader.
In this episode, I will explain how it transforms my organization and my life.
Have you ever taken a moment to look back at what your school life was like? There are many things that we learned in school that is making life become overwhelming for us. There are habits they teach that end up standing on our way to success.
In this episode, we’ll be addressing bad habits you learned in school that you should unlearn.
While reading Tony Robbins’ book about Unlimited power, I came across the idea of the seven beliefs. Tony Robbins is a successful coach and he decided to analyze the most successful people in the world to try to find out if there were common beliefs shared among them. Tony found that the most successful people share seven beliefs that make them highly successful.
I started my online business two and a half years ago after quitting my job as a CEO almost four years ago. I wanted to share my wins and struggles because I think it might interest you. Whether you are an entrepreneur or whether you are a leader, you might recognize a lot of things that I’m going to talk about.