Check it off! Done! Good bye 2012. AND Hello 2013!
The 2012 Summer Olympics are in full swing right now.
The Olympics relate with business in many ways, including leadership, goal setting, teamwork, motivation, diversity and much more.
Let’s explore …
24 hours a day… 365 days a year. That’s the time we have to accomplish everything we want and need in a year. That is the status quo of time. What would you do with an extra 24 hours?
Have you ever said you wish you had more time? Of course, we all have. With Leap Day, you have been given 24 hours that you did not have last year and will not have next year. Wow, what are you going to do with your 24 hours?
Did you set some 2012 goals? Have you made progress in the last 30 days on your goals? Yes – excellent keep it up. No – time to look at your mindset – is it supporting or limiting?
The end of the year! It seems to occur so quickly now. This is a great time to look back and reflect on and learn from the past.
Welcome to the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011! Great time to reflect and plan. What did you accomplish in 2010? What did you learn new? What did you let go off? What did you want to experience yet did not in 2010? And, what do you want to be different in 2011?
In your opinion, is there more impact on success from skillset or mindset? Can you be successful with a low skillset and a great mindset? Or a high skillset and a challenging mindset? What can guarantee success?
As a former competitive swimmer and current snow skier, I love the Olympics – both summer and winter. My favorite part of the Olympics is hearing the athletes’ stories of passion, overcoming challenges, and pursuing their dream. There is so much we can learn from them including how they handle difficulties and challenges.
How creative are you? If you think of creativity as only being artistic, musical, or such, then you would probably would say you are not. However, creativity can be defined as doing something different than previously done. Now, how creative are you? Everyone is creative because everyone has done something different than previously done…
It’s the end of 2009 and the beginning of 2010! Happy New Year!
Now is the time to reflect on the past year’s experiences:
- What you enjoyed
- What you learned
- What you accomplished
- What you meant to do but did not