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It’s easy to get so accustomed to unhealthy habits that we don’t recognize them as harmful. Here are seven harmful habits I see when working with senior leaders.
Here is one of the secrets to having a career and life that works: find the patterns that don’t work, the habits that poison your attempts to be the best version of yourself.
During The Grind, dangerous habits lose their camouflage. You can start to replace those habits with patterns that will make you safe and sane to be around.
The Grind presents opportunities for both ruts and grooves. Shun ruts. Seek grooves. The quality of your life depends on it.
Here’s how we use The Grind to the advantage of ourselves and the benefit of those around us. We face reality. We choose a quality to build. We embrace the hard work of grinding.
What if we didn’t change one bit during The Grind?
There are few decisions more important than who you emulate. Pick role models who are safe and sane to be around.
Use nemeses as part of your growth.
Why would anyone ever love The Grind, a period of day-after-day rigor? It can seem monotonous. We can get irritated by the repetition. But just look at a rock at the seashore. It spends countless hours being rubbed by sand as the waves move over it. Slowly,...
Here’s how we get the most from this period in front of us, this grind. We embrace it.
In a topsy, turvy world, WYSIWYG – what you see is what you get – is always the right answer.
Play your formal role as well as you can. But remember that your deeper job is to become a person people feel safe and sane to be around.