“We’re surrounded by people who are busy getting their ducks in a row, waiting for just the right moment…
Getting your ducks in a row is a fine thing to do. But deciding what you are going to do with that duck is a far more important issue.” (Thanks to Seth Godin for this quip.)
What are you going to do with that Duck? It’s your choice! Once you’ve decided what you’re going to do with it, then you can decide which thoughts, feelings and actions are going to help you get it.
Have a great Chooseday!
Did you hear: Apple is going to buy Ireland and it will be rebranded iLand. (Just a rumour!)
When last did you have a conversation – a really honest conversation – about where you’re going?
Fierce Conversations has put out a white paper on the ROI of conversations in the workplace. Did you know that organisations that have a higher-than-average employee engagement make 27% higher profit than others in their industry? Click here to read the entire article.
When you know where you’re going and get excited about your goals, do you think you are more valuable to your company? When we run the Goal Achiever program with a team, each person gets clearer on what they really want and where they’re going – they get more engaged and aligned with the company goals.
What does an Attitude Adjustment Team do?
We help you to find new ways of thinking so that you can create the career you desire.
This title evokes some varying responses! We work with business owners, executives, sales teams and individuals from all walks of life who have a common theme: they have realised that their attitude plays a major role in the results they see in their life.
By changing our attitude by a tiny amount each day, we can effect large changes in our business, health, income, relationships and enjoyment of life.
If you think your circumstances and attitude have got nothing to do with each other, you probably wouldn’t enjoy our message.
If you are wishing that everyone around you would get a better attitude – we have news for you!
If you’re feeling like the team that reports to you need to get their attitude adjusted, a good place to start is with yourself! Your attitude will be reflected in your team.
If you’re ready to have some really frank discussions and find out where your attitude needs adjusting to help you get where you want to go, then let’s talk.