Showing posts from May, 2023

When Young Leaders Can't Lead, It Hurts The Flow Of The Team

Have you ever had a manager or leader that is younger than you and does not have a clue what they are doing but they use their "manager" title like a badge? One of the biggest challenges younger, less experienced managers face is not having the correct training to be in a leadership position. Most inexperienced leaders believe if they lead with a heavy hand that will scare employees into listening and resecting them, actually it is quite the contrary.   There are a number of reasons why younger inexperienced managers may not learn from experienced managers or feel management training is what they need to grow. Some of these reasons include: Pride: Younger managers may feel that they don't need to learn from more experienced managers because they think they already know everything. Fear of failure: Younger managers may be afraid to ask for help or advice from more experienced managers because they're afraid of being seen as incompetent. Lack of confidence: Younger mana

Personal Growth

Step 1: Identify Your Values The first step to personal growth is to identify your values. What are the things that are most important to you? What do you believe in? Once you know your values, you can start to make decisions and take actions that are in alignment with them. Step 2: Set Goals Once you know your values, you can start to set goals. What do you want to achieve in your life? What kind of person do you want to be? Setting goals will give you something to strive for and help you stay motivated on your journey to personal growth. Step 3: Take Action The most important step in personal growth is to take action. It's easy to get caught up in planning and thinking about what you want to achieve, but it's important to actually take steps towards your goals. Even if you can only take small steps at first, every little bit counts. Step 4: Be Patient Personal growth is a journey, not a destination. It takes time and effort to make lasting changes. Don't get discouraged i

Invest In Yourself, This Is Critical To Your Personal Growth Step 1 Read More Books

How Can I Read More Books  1. Set a goal: Set a goal for yourself to read a certain number of books within a certain time frame. This could be anything from reading one book per month to reading one book per week. 2. Make it a habit: Set aside a regular time each day to read and make it a habit. This could be as simple as reading for 30 minutes before bed each night or dedicating an hour on the weekend to reading. 3. Join a book club: Joining a book club can be a great stay motivated to read. You can discuss the books other members and gain a new perspective on the book. 4. Reward yourself: Reward yourself for reaching your reading goals, such as buying yourself a new book or treating yourself to a relaxing activity. 5. Track your progress: Track your progress by recording the books you have read and how many pages you’ve read. This will help you to stay motivated and see how far you have come.