The President and a janitor walk into NASA…that sounds like the start of a joke. But it’s actually a powerful story about the importance of vision, how to increase employee engagement, and how to be self-motivated at work.
In today’s Sixty(ish) Seconds with Shawn, I share a great leadership lesson that I learned from a janitor.
Find the impact you have on others (even indirectly) and let that motivate you everyday. Click to tweet
“Being heard is so close to being loved that for the average person they are almost indistinguishable.” -David Augsburger Click to tweet
My senior year in high school, my mom was probably the most influential person in my life. Want to know why?
In today’s Sixty(ish) Seconds with Shawn, I share that “why” and the powerful lesson she taught me a result.
Anxiety is the byproduct of fear. Something makes us afraid and then that creates anxiety. Our battle is not with anxiety but with fear. If you minimize fear, you will also minimize anxiety.
Fear is a real emotion and it shouldn’t be ignored or dismissed, but it also shouldn’t be completely trusted. Instead we should think of fear as our notification or alarm system. When we feel fear, we need to examine why.