One of the fundamental psychological traits that support success in life is a high sense of self-worth or self-esteem. What is self-esteem you may ask? Self-esteem is knowing deep inside that you are a valuable human being, which establishes a healthy sense of self.
It’s a new start and a new chance to reset, take stock and kick off hard to reach greater heights than you ever have before. New Year’s resolutions won’t cut it, in fact, any goal or vision will not cut it unless it is followed up with massive action. I mean determined and focused action that will guarantee you in getting to where you want to be. An action that will make it inevitable that your goals and targets will become real in the world.
Having been a former athlete representing New Zealand and understanding what it takes to perform out of your mind, I decided to take the opportunity to interview the world’s best free diver, William Trubridge recently to gain insight into how he dives to such incredible depths. In this revealing discussion, you will learn about this remarkable man’s winning mindset and what makes him tick.
We live in a world full of distractions – our working lives are full of meetings, phone calls, email and open plan offices; at home, media, notifications and the internet make achieving our goals tricky unless we can fully focus on them.
According to one study, it takes people 23 minutes and 15 seconds on average to refocus after a distraction – that’s a lot of potential lost time that is costing businesses a significant amount of productivity.
It sometimes happens, in the natural ebb and flow of business – volatile economies, changing market demands, unpredictable workforce – that a sales team underperforms. I see it all the time when I’m brought in to consult with and coach the leader of that sales team.