Tagged with mindset

Persistence Is The Key

Persistence Is The Key

If I had to come up with one word to describe my two decades of being a medical office manager and team leader it would be, “Persistence.”  Without it I would have given up and miss out on all of the great experiences I have had with those I have been privileged to work with.  … Continue reading

We Do Have A Choice

We Do Have A Choice

On my coaching call yesterday, we were discussing the topic of “Mindset” and how we have the ability to change our mindset.  I told the listeners about a time when I was speaking at a conference on the topic of “Creating a Great Workplace Environment” and this manager came up to me afterward and thank … Continue reading

A Workman Is Worthy Of Their Wages

A Workman Is Worthy Of Their Wages

Being a Sunday School teacher in the way past of my life, I was reminded yesterday of a scripture we use to talk about with our pre-teen class, when one of my young staff members decided it was okay to pull their cell phone out and then work the afternoon at a snail’s pace. “A … Continue reading

The Mindset of A Manager

The Mindset of A Manager

Last week I posted about our personal growth mindset and how developing it is done in small steps.  Today, I want to address the managers mindset and how they can make a huge difference in how their employees not only perform, but enjoy their job. Often when managers hire employees they are looking for the … Continue reading

Growth Takes Place In Small Steps

Growth Takes Place In Small Steps

I think most of us want to continue to grow in our personal and work life. There is much to be said for stretching your mind and learning new things. Growth takes risk, stretching our normal boundaries, and sometimes it can cause feelings of fear, stress and anxiety. Is the risk of these difficult feelings … Continue reading

Can You See The Finish Line?

Can You See The Finish Line?

The difference between those that reach their goals and those that do not is often the lack of self-motivation. How can we gain motivation to keep moving ahead to the goals we desire?  One way is by understanding the primary reasons for losing or not having motivation in the first place.  Once we understand the … Continue reading

Putting People In their Place

Putting People In their Place

Why is it that so often when someone does something that we do not like or agree with we think that we should correct them?  Do we really know all of the “correct” answers and think others should think or do what we say?  Maybe we should take Jay’s advice and put ourselves in their … Continue reading