Ever struggle with figuring out if it's time to switch jobs, companies, and/or projects?
In this video, I share the thought process I would go through with a client on making a big life change.
For those that want a quick summary, here are the five criteria I use to help me evaluate a big move:
You can rate yourself on a scale of 1-10 on each of these questions if you are trying to decide between two opportunities. The one rated higher is probably the...
Trying out doing the weekly video on YouTube live, and planning to record there for at least the next month and post the video here.
This week's video is about a question I often get from my coaching clients - "How do I feel more confident at...", or "How can I feel enough for...".
I've been there in my life at times, and chances are there have been times where you have struggled with feeling confident in your life, too.
When we are not confident, we cannot perform at a high level. We become overwhelmed with the challenge, we become distracted, we feel out of control of our lives, and we can't struggle through the tough parts of the task.
Fortunately, confidence can be generated! Here are my five ideas to get more confident when you need it.
Check out the video for more context. Hope you enjoyed this post, please feel free to comment or share this post, and check you folks...
Im pretty excited to have picked up a cool book today, called "Become a Supple Leopard" by Dr. Kelly Starrett (check it out on amazon here.
I was introduced to Dr. Starrett from my good friend Jim, which made it cool to see him appear on some of my favorite podcasts.
So, what in the heck is a supple leopard?
What it breaks down to is being able to move with flexibility, and without effort. Having a tech gig where I am constantly sitting has not made Mr. Shawn Buttner very supple. So to better take care of my body, I decided to start implementing more movement training into my workouts.
The basics of the book are this. The human body should be able to move, with full range, in some basic patterns. You test how you can do these basic moves (like a complete squat without weight), and if you can't then you have some mobility to repair. Check out Kelly's mobilitywod videos on youtube to see some of the magic yourself.
I'll keep you guys posted on some of the...
Have you ever struggled with not getting results despite how much work you have been doing? Long hours, no promotion. Diet and exercise, no weight loss. Awesome relationship, no passion. You get the point.
It is inevitable we will come upon challenge while going after our dreams. For me, I have been working on building my coaching practice, putting in tons of work, and sometimes feel like I am not making any progress.
Have you ever felt this way, too?
What can you do to make sure you are progressing, or "moving the football forward"?
Here is how I think through sticking through it:
I often get questions about books that might help people get ahead in work, relationships, or life.
This week's video is all about three of my favorite books to recommend.
Have you ever felt like you were out of your element, didn't fit in, or out of place?
I used to feel all three of these back when I started my first job. I moved to Arkansas from the Chicagoland area, and didn't know many people. Everyone was great, but it just didn't feel like home.
It impacted how I showed up at work, and in my social life. I wasn't happy.
Luckily, I had some mentors who helped me move past with some great advice. For me, there are three things that can help you feel more connected, more engaged, or more part of the community if you ever feel out of sorts.
The next time you are struggling to fit in, try one of these and see if they help!
If you are curious about high performance coaching and how to move forward to a more advanced level, check out the video here.
Have you ever put off doing something you knew would move you forward towards your dreams or the life you want?
Starting that new business? Having that tough conversation with the kids about keeping their room clean?
Same for me.
I spent 5 years on a 2-year plan right out of college, trying to figure out what I wanted to do and building up the courage to actually leave the comfortable corporate gig I had.
Most times people delay because of three things: fear, lack of confidence, and lack of clarity.
I was afraid of leaving my known corporate job because I had over $70,000 of student debt and didn't know how I would keep up with the payments. I was afraid that the next gig I could get wouldn't be fulfilling or would be even more stressful than my corporate IT job.
I was not sure I could get another job, or if I could ever figure out a way to get rid of my student debt.
I had no idea what I really wanted for my career. Up until getting the job at Walmart...
Doubt is part of life. How we respond to doubt determines how successful we are in life.
There are four different ideas to help handle doubt better, and get you back to higher performance:
You are more capable than you know, so get after it!
If you are curious on how to move forward at a more advanced level, check out the video here.
The big goal for me this year is to get into the best health of my life!
How can I make sure that I don't fizzle out two weeks into January? Here are my four best ideas to get clearer on your goals.
Vegan - One who does not partake in food or products that have a face. Or someone who choses not to use animal products.
Paleo - One who strived to eat like a caveman. Or someone who choses to eat mostly vegetables and healthy meats. Strives to not eat processed foods.
First off, I am a natural Einstein... In this weeks live video, I started the live broadcast and had my cast iron seasoning on my stove. Not 1 minute into my video, I smell burning... and decide to take a little journey. Thats why there is some traveling in the early part of the video.
Gotta love live video!
One of the thing I have been thinking about this week has been how sometimes completely different ideas have more in common than they do differently.
A specific example are the vegan and paleo communities. They actually have many ideas in common: