Admitting to ourselves and others that we don’t have all the answers is an important skill, but it can be difficult for high-achieving and struggling students alike.
Self-awareness has been cited as the most important capability for leaders to develop, according to the authors of “How To Become a Better Leader,” which was published in the MIT Sloan Management Review.
What a great question! It seems like just about everyone who has ever addressed a graduating class of high school or college seniors have said, “Do what you love, the money will follow.”
Let’s face it — we all have a career-limiting habit. Whether it’s weak interpersonal skills, a tendency to procrastinate, or good-but-not-great technical prowess, one of the biggest impediments to our upward mobility is a habit we struggle to change.
It took me quite some time to come out of my own miserable self and believe that yes I can also come out of my pain, my sorrows.
Your goals have to specific & definitive. Your subconscious mind only understands when you give clear and precise instructions.