If you’re like most of the people who write to me from around the world, you aspire to excellence in your work and life and want to learn how to be successful.
You recognize that you are a leader and you want to grow in your leadership roles.
Many of the articles I write for the blog and guest posts for publications like Success, Forbes, Business Insider, and Entrepreneur are based on my personal experiences and observations, AND the emails you send me asking for ideas on how to solve a management, leadership, or people problem.
Whatever your circumstances, you have many options to influence your outcome for success.
Today’s note is a roundup of articles I wrote in April and a few that I think will spark progress for you. I love hearing from you and respond to all emails.
Please share these ideas with your friends, because they want to grow too.
Don’t miss out on these posts from April:
Election Proof Your Career – 7 Ways To Turn Uncertainty Into Action – Are you worried about the impact the 2016 election will have on your life and career? You shouldn’t be! Why? The most important, influential factor in your career success is you. Learning how to be successful starts with preparation for life’s many curveballs. In this article, I share seven steps to grow in your career during & after the 2016 election.
Tweak Your Morning Routine and Transform Your Day – In this article, I share six personal tips on how to effectively create a morning routine that gives you the energy, motivation, and momentum to achieve your goals in work and life.
And in case you missed it, here are a few media leaders that featured my advice on how to be successful in April:
IT Business Edge – Life in the Entrepreneurial Fast Lane with a Female Tech CEO
Sandi Klein’s Conversations with Creative Women – 5 Reasons Women Leaders Need to Give Themselves More Credit
Recently, I’ve found some ideas to ignite more joy or give you valuable insights that will benefit you at work:
Harvard Business Review – Optimists Are Better At Finding Jobs
New York Times – What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
I’d love to hear from you – what challenge or opportunity is on your mind and how can i help? Email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I respond to all my emails and would love to hear from you!