In business and in life, you’ll stop at nothing as you plan to be your best. Here’s an example…
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How do you cope with pain (whether it’s physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, in your personal life, your professional life, or all of the above)?
Rick discusses positive and productive responses to frustration as the guest on a Conference 21 Round Table with Michael Whitehouse (March 26, 2021).
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In business and in life, we can be our best while navigating changes and challenges with less stress and anxiety. This strategic mindset does just that, as well as energizes.
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Credit for this humorous and valuable lesson goes to a physical therapist who talked about playing tennis. I hope the moral of the story rings true for you, especially if you’re navigating change.
Henry David Thoreau said, “Never look back unless you are planning to go that way.” But, this is one exception that will help you lead yourself and others through change.
“Especially now, as you look at the changes going on in your company, consider this, your role is more important than ever.”
There are two parts to this strategy. Leaders can foster this yet it’s for anyone seeking to strengthen relationships, teamwork and productivity during challenging times.
Just as I’ve seen how lessons from business can apply to my personal life, many of the lessons I’ve learned through seven knee surgeries since a football injury 45 years ago have applications in business, as well.