by Molly Hughes Wilmer
When the going gets tough, do you get uncomfortable? Difficult conversations can pay off in a big way – not only to improve #performance and generate higher #profits but also help strengthen relationships. What’s your motivation for learning how to navigate through challenging situations? Let’s explore this together!
It’s no secret that the number three is pervasive in human culture. From ancient stories to modern day scientific research, the number three has had significance for centuries. But why does it have such power? And how can you use this power in your business? Let’s explore how understanding and utilizing the power of three…
Build a routine that supports your success! Finding the right balance between tedious tasks and exciting activities can keep you motivated, give you time to reflect in important matters, and conserve energy for making crucial decisions. Incorporating a consistent workout regimen into my life has been one of those key routines which sets me up…
When life throws you a rainy day, don’t curl up and hunch your shoulders – remember that defensive postures only deflect your energy away from resolving the situation at hand. Take a deep breath, relax, and accept the raindrops – you can’t get any wetter!
Leaders must strive for true empathy in order to unlock its powerful transformative potential. That’s why it is often referred to as a superpower! Developing and rising above our innate biases can be tough but, when we embrace this challenge, the results are nothing short of incredible.
Self-empathy means understanding why you are the way you are, and can bring you greater reslience in times of duress, better relationships with an unfettered perspective, and a better chance of claiming joy and rapture in your life.
Regret and guilt are what I call “useless” emotions because they don’t help you. But you have to do something with them to be able to move on, grow and become a better person. There are three things you can do in combination, depending upon the situation, to banish regret and guilt: atone, learn from…
When there is no “wind in your sails,” work to strategically position yourself for success.
As we come to the transition from 2022 to 2023, it’s a traditional time to reflect on what’s important and what we want to focus on. If you need some prompting to intentionally focus your energies, I use the “three Gs” – Gratitude, Growing and Giving.
It’s hard to prepare for leadership in a crisis, but here are some best practices to leverage if you are put in that position.
Names are more powerful and innate than we may realize. Intentionally, we can use names to “frame things” or “tame things.” What do you need to “frame” or “tame” with a name?
An experimental blog published using ChatGPT to explain our innate linguistic abilities and the power of leveraging them to name things.