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Chase Perfection- Catch Excellence!

Don’t you want to become the best possible version of yourself? Given that we are living in unprecedented times, how can this unforeseen circumstance be best used to generate new behaviors and  take a deep dive into self awareness. Where are you  now and where do you really want to be?

You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” – Jim Rohn

Does this quote resonate for you? Given that COVID has changed the way you spend the bulk of your time, how have you been able to adapt? With whom are you spending your time and how does that affect you? Personal time has limitations and work time has been remote for many of us, so it’s a different model to examine. It really is a big deal. Do a quick calculation from your personal to your professional relationships. You are impacted by all of them, moderately or in some cases significantly.

When taking your inventory, are these contacts smart, positive in outlook, achievers, supporters, and also objective? Or, has this been the role you’ve taken on?

If you’re always the smartest person in the room, it’s time to change rooms.

If you’re always the cheerleader for other people and their ideas, but find your own actions met with push-back, it’s time to find new associates.

1. What kind of person do you strive to be?

2. Who are the five people you spend the most time with beyond immediate family?

3. Are these five individuals a match for who you want to be?

4. Name the top five people who embody the qualities you desire; dead or alive, famous or note?

5. How can you increase contact with them or learn more about their lives?

“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best adapt to change.” – Charles Darwin

The possibilities are endless and the nature of relationships can and should change. Our world is not stagnant and by addition and subtraction, we have the power to evolve. What is crucial when taking your personal assessment is identifying how you can maximize your awareness of what you need to be successful and how you too can be an agent of change for someone else’s growth and development.

Changing behaviors means identifying what’s not working and shift or replace with a new behavior. If fidgeting isn’t the answer, perhaps there’s more about your work that isn’t satisfying and causes you to be easily distracted. This makes it the ideal time to engage the support of a career coach with experience in helping professionals achieve better, faster, results. At KICKSTART Your Transition we offer a broad range of services to fit your needs


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