One of the most important parts of finding true joy and making the biggest impact on other people is defining the reason behind what you do every day. Once you’ve found your “WHY”, an arguably bigger task lies ahead…
What is your “WHY”? Your “WHY” is the glue that holds you to your habits (and is the key to redefining what’s possible in your life). If you’re struggling to understand your reason for doing something, try these exercises.
Do you feel like a winner today? Are you crushing it right now? It’s easy to say you’re crushing it when things are going your way. SWC Senior Partner Emmie Brown explains how you can develop the habit of winning by channeling that “crushing it” energy, even if you’re stuck in a rut or slipping on some of your goals.
“I’m getting robbed,” I told my friend, who had been patiently quiet while waiting to find out why I’d disrupted the conversation. It occurred to me, fleetingly, to call the cops. But I didn’t. I felt embarrassed by this entirely preventable theft and thought that such a call would amount to, at best, an inconvenience for the responding officers. Here again the clarity of hindsight shakes its fist at me, but lessons learned.
And then I saw it. It wasn’t the general content of the post that surprised me. It was fairly garden-variety outrage for these times. Though I didn’t personally agree with the claims, I had become somewhat immune to the attempts at labeling the reader with what kind of person they are for disagreeing, so it wasn’t that either. It was a demand nestled inside of it that struck me in a particular way: “unfriend me now”.
Is it just me, or has the world — and this is putting it charitably — gotten a bit trickier to live in? There’s no real need to trot out the complicating factors; the headlines scream them at us from our newsfeeds all day long. But aside from the logistical difficulties presented by living in the time of COVID, there are the attending psychosocial challenges of living in a society that is, in some instances, very literally tearing itself apart.
Sometimes, we all need to take a step back and remember what we’re working for in the first place. Here are a few great quotes we love. We hope they motivate you and your team to Finish Strong in 2020!
With less than two months to go, it’s time to make sure you have the best year possible (yes, we’re talking about 2020). it’s been a challenging year, but there are still opportunities at your fingertips.