In the past, I have written about the need to have a personal development plan if you are serious about becoming a life long learner I am committed to living and leading with purpose and many of the people I coach are as well. Recently, many of them have requested a list of online resources I use most […]
A strong belief in your ability to achieve your goals and live your life with purpose is essential to success. The challenge is that life and business are not perfect. Mistakes are made. Deals are lost. Goals are not met. And, overtime if you don’t guard your heart and mind you can lose faith in yourself. You cease to see yourself as capable, equipped, and called for a purpose.
We shall not cease from exploration; And the end of all our exploring; Will be to arrive where we started; And know the place for the first time.
The most successful people I know are lifelong learners. They always seem to be reading books, studying best practices, networking with successful leaders, and applying what they learn to their life. For many, the idea of finding time to focus on their development is almost a joke.
In my previous post, How To Break Bad Habits (Part 1), I shared that within each of us is the desire to behave in a way that has a positive influence on those we love and serve. Unfortunately, often our actions do not match our desires. We find ourselves doing things we do not want to do and the result is frustration, strained relationships, and failure to achieve our potential as leaders in the home and at work.
Research consistently shows that Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is a key driver of leadership effectiveness, exemplary job performance and personal success. Your ability to process emotional information to navigate business environments has the power make you or break you.
Watch this 30-minute webinar with Coach Bob Noack to learn how you can harness the power of EQ to improve your leadership and achieve greater success in your professional and personal life. Here’s what you’ll discover:
- What EQ is and why it’s important in business and life
- Practical success and disaster stories of how EQ plays out
- How the most outstanding leaders leverage EQ to influence teams and drive results
In order to start your day right, it requires more than just “waking up on the right side of the bed”. It requires purpose and intentionality. This is one area where I have struggled my entire life. I have friends that wake up every day at the same time and follow the same routine, and I admire them immensely.
I am excited to be presenting at the Chick-fil-A, Inc. Leadership and Restaurant Principles Event. I will be speaking on Life Planning and Business Planning.