Good Enough Now
After experiencing her own burn out, Jess shares how she redirected her fading energies to get re-energized to do the best she can with what she has some of the time – this is better than nothing! There are three action steps that can immediately be done by participants to get back to work!
Trying to Try
Possibility of Possibility
- Acknowledge how those different than you contribute to your own weaknesses
- Determine the source of frustrations and your own burn out
- Identify where you have given up and no longer see a possibility
Conversations That Matter
Let’s face it, there are people and topics that at some point are just off limits. You just can’t do it or them right now. Even worse, often it is a difficult topic that you have to bring up with a difficult person. What if you could engage in these conversations with more confidence, humor, and ease? No matter the person or topic, you are your best tool for conversations that matter. Understanding your self and others as differently right gives you the tools to intentionally design teams, groups, and partnerships that can bring value to a single project or topic. We are all frustrating to someone, and at times even to ourselves. Once you know who and how you are, you can reclaim responsibility for these behavior response patterns and leave room for others to do the same. Before you know it, you are having better conversations and fuller relationships with those around you. I promise – it is that easy.
- Learn a 3 part framework or model for taking responsibility of how they show up.
- Develop skills for a significant and powerful (and free) method to change culture around difficult topics and see other’s as differently right.
- Utilize personal patterns to recognize them in others so we can leave room for edits in our stories.
- Personally recognize our “kryptonite” and how habitually it limits our behaviors, responses, and beliefs as well as fuels us to build momentum when we need it the most.
Becoming Unstoppable Now
Using the behavior patterns of the most frustrating and powerful people in our lives, we can overcome our limitations and achieve greatness. Understanding yourself and others in a simple three-part model allows for everyone, us included, to truly show up as we are. Using our excuses, fears, and limiting beliefs, we can uncover our power and fuel ourselves out of our own way. Using your closest stakeholders as tools, real collaboration can take place and our work can truly become unstoppable. You get to choose to use your gas pedal for good or join the dark side.
- Strategically plan and implement personal assessment tool to (address?) key patterns and relationships.
- Develop accountability practices to hold yourself responsible for conscious and unconscious behavior patterns.
- Leave space for edits to the stories we write about others and ourselves.
- Take note of limiting habits and excuses and provide the fuel needed to build momentum.