I’d like you to take time to examine your relationship with yourself and your interactions with the people in your life. What is your daily environment like? How does it impact your mindset and the way you serve others and yourself?
The quest for unconditional support
It’s so easy for us to internalize, to get lost within our overly active minds, to feel like we can only truly rely on ourselves. In reality, this pattern of thinking is wildly unhealthy in pretty much all aspects of our lives.
We NEED community. We REQUIRE a level of dependence on others. We MUST surround ourselves with strong, supportive people.
Repower your health—start with solid sleep!
There’s never a wrong time for a reboot on your health habits. No matter where you’re starting from, it’s important to recognize your achievement in taking an initial step altogether toward achieving a healthier lifestyle.
Fixed or Growth? Our mindset has the power to ultimately control the outcome of our individual journeys to our goals.
To create effective change in our lives, we must first identify what we’re working with inwardly. It’s important to adopt a growth mindset. Once you realize your ability to succeed, there’s no obstacle you can’t face!
Lend a Hand Bahamas, a Bahamian nonprofit organization, is delighted to announce a charitable contribution of $100,000 from the Kate and Justin Rose Foundation. This donation will enhance vital food security in the community of Adelaide in Nassau, Bahamas, for the next 10 weeks. The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be felt in The Bahamas. As a result, many companies have had to lay off employees and even close due to a complete decline in tourism.
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.
The value of professional development spend can sometimes be invisible or difficult to calculate: it can be a slow moving and challenging process. But with Q4 upon us, many are looking at their development budget.