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Embrace change and get ready for the new modern

Embrace change and get ready for the new modern

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Embrace new challenges and make the most our of them

Regain clarity and focus

Close with the past and shift gears

Identify new opportunities

Emotional Intelligencefor the C-Suite executives

Emotional Intelligencefor the C-Suite executives

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Manage your team with empathy, building trust and cooperation

Be open to creativity and innovation without losing control

Navigate the waters of change management overcoming the anxiety of the present times

How to become a Successful Entrepreneur

How to become a Successful Entrepreneur

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Recognise and manage your emotions

Embrace opportunities

Cultivate patience and build up your resilience

Create a succesful business model

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3 solutions to your lack of motivation problem

 

Lack of motivation is something that we all experiment, sooner or later. It can heavily affect our business if we don’t pay attention, understand the problem and take action soon.

What causes a lack of motivation?

How to get motivated even when the energy levels are low?

How to bring again the achievement drive that is needed to carry on?

I wrote an article about Motivation and one of the most famous theories about it; but now, I’d like to briefly explore three possible causes and their respective solutions to the lack of motivation

 

lack of motivation

 

These 3 areas (goals, confidence and anxiety), are the most common causes of lack of motivation.

 

📍 If your goals are too many, or too ambitious, you can feel discouraged pretty soon;

📍 If you find yourself procrastinating and taking action is an issue, you might need a self-confidence boost;

📍 If anxiety is taking over and controlling yourself, your energy levels might be running low.

 

Remember that the best way to explore the causes and solve the problem is to address it quickly; if it is already affecting your productivity and performance, you can book your free consultation with me and discover how.

 

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Strategic adaptability: the number 1 skill for business survival


What can “strategic adaptability” do for your business?

We all know that adaptability is one (if not “the” one) most important skill when it comes to running your own business. You know, other than death and taxes, all the rest is uncertainty.

And as entrepreneurs, we know perfectly well the importance of balance between a good plan and a massive dose of adaptability.

Without a plan, it isn’t easy to achieve any goal. To leave things to luck sounds like entrepreneurial suicide.
And we all know that a last-minute reaction, even if we try to pivot, doesn’t do the trick.

In all strategies, you need to understand why are you doing what you are doing and use the data you collect to predict what’s coming up next.

That is the reason why we use data! We make analysis and predictions, and we trace a map (the strategic plan) that leads the way.

But reality shows that the road is bumpy, and despite all our planning, we can fail to foreseen what’s coming up next, mainly if it is something as unpredictable as, for example, Covid_19.

So, how can we be prepared to navigate those waters?

Better put, can we be fully prepared for that?

The answer is yes, developing strategic adaptability, which is no other than the fusion of planning (external, based on data) and flexibility (internal, based on you).

 

strategic adaptability

 

Strategic Adaptability is the capacity to respond in an effective way to the unforeseen changes being able to respond quickly and effectively.

In short: it is the ability to plan for the unexpected.

If we are open to change and can quickly adapt – based on the fluctuations of the environment-,, we will still be able to envision opportunities, even in the most challenging situations.

 

So, let me ask you:

  • Are you flexible enough to be able to change your strategy if the environment requires it?
  • If the answer is yes, how quick? Time is our most valued asset
  • Can you create a business strategy that includes the unknown? In which way? How do you measure it?
  • Can you harness your emotions over change and get to see the business opportunities that arise with it?

 

If you want to discover the best way to develop this skill, and want to learn how to apply it to your business

 

  Click here and book a free chat with me

 

 

 

6 steps and 3 minutes to calm your mind

Want to calm your mind in an easy and quick way? 

A busy mind, full of noise and worries, needs to take a break to regain control and be full operative.

This short breathing exercise might help:

1) block your right nostril with your thumb, and take a deep breath through your left nostril
2) repeat it at least for three minutes, putting to work just the left nostril
3) purposely, make the exhalation longer than the inhale
4) repeat this whole breathing for at least three minutes
5) relax and breath normally

 

 

calm your mind

 

 

If you want to learn more techniques like that, specifically designed and adapted to you and your needs

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