One of the most effective practices to success in your business is encouraging a positive mindset in facing challenges. When you work on stretching and expanding your capabilities and skills, your potential for success can surprise you. These skills include the specific abilities you use in your work (for example: coding and design, data analysis and interpretation, planning ), but also extend to the so-called ‘fuzzy areas’ which include interpersonal relations, personal improvement, and risk-taking. When you strengthen your skills, you grow more confidence in your ability to handle difficult situations and adversity, and make a working relationship with discomfort.
See more here: Welcome To The Discomfort Zone, Part 1 and Part 2
Learning and growth is a life-long road, and taking it asks for active engagement and real labor, hitched to the relentless desire to become a better person in the time that we have. We are all mortal, and within mortal limitations we have only so much influence , and only so much time to exert it — we we better be frank with ourselves about where, why, and how we spend both.
Time won’t let you be the same person you were ten, five or even a year ago. Nor will you be able to say you’ll be the same person in another year’s time. That’s why you need to take the wheel and work on developing yourself and mastering the good habits you want to serve you. That means being able to accept that you will be facing challenges all your life. Continue reading Self-Improvement for The Entrepreneur
Everyone, individuals and organizations, is struggling to keep pace with the accelerated rate of change today. While in many cases the speed of communication in things like data delivery, acquisition, and dissemination has helped us make great strides in many areas, the rate of comprehension is where which bottlenecks have jammed up and pose as a huge source of stress and anxiety. There is so much information out there and it comes in so fast, how do we keep our heads and stay clear-headed when we get so much conflicting, compelling, and even alarming data?
Check your sources.
Facebook is the most popular social media site in the world. Anyone off the street and on their mobile can make a post and have it go viral. The key word being ‘social’, unconfirmed or even false information can then trend and spread like wildfire. While you rely on your Facebook account to keep in touch with friends, family and your other social circles, don’t count on it to be an utterly reliable source of information about the world.
You need information to make a decision, to tell you more about something you’re working on, or interested in. When you find sources of information, you need to know you can trust your sources not to let you down with the information you get from them. Don’t just take anyone’s word for it. Do your research. Verify your source’s reliability and experience. Make sure you can trust your sources of information. Continue reading 7 Rules To Ward Off Information Overload