Are you building thought leadership or are you looking for leads? It might seem like it's just a marketing question, but it is actually much more than that. Are you establishing deep connections or are you greeting everybody and move on? Are you here to make a change or to share your numbers? Are you … Continue reading The two options
What is the reason you give yourself to continue doing what you're doing? If it's to make things better, to support, to spread an important message, to grow and make others grow, to change toxic habits, to repair something that is worth it. That is fantastic, and you are lucky. If it's to feed a … Continue reading Give yourself a reason
You don't need another article that tells you how to get what you want to get, no other "how-to" or "five steps" guides to determine what you are going to do today. All you need is a starting point and a destination. In between is the journey. Let it be your own story.
The first step to achieve most things is figuring out what you want to do. It is true for life, for career, for relationships. It is true for values and purpose too. It is true when deciding what to study, where to go on holidays, whether or not you should move abroad. I know it … Continue reading Simple and difficult
If you are like most people, and you are not born with a well-defined passion or a recognized talent, the best thing to do is to start walking. You might find later you are on the right track, or perhaps you will realize that some adjustments are needed. But there's no map to your destination, … Continue reading Start walking
Some crises are ok to be handled quickly and instinctively. A central brain takes control, and gives instructions to the rest of the body on what to do. If the building is on fire, an alarm will ring to tell everyone to get out. If a person points a gun at you, you take cover. … Continue reading Primal instinct
The fact you do not have all the necessary skills to do something you have been chosen to do can be a reason why, for a certain period, you cannot perform at your best. But you have to make sure it does not turn into an excuse. Being chosen is a responsibility, and you have … Continue reading A step back