Balance is a two-way street. It’s not just about what you are projecting it’s also about how you are perceiving. We all perceive the world differently because our past experiences color our current view of the world and each of us has a unique life story.
By learning to shift behaviors into strengths like courage, confidence, and boldness, she is beginning to balance and practice new behavior patterns. By integrating both aspects of herself, her outcomes are beginning to improve in both her work and private life.
Investing in employee well-being is no longer a luxury but a must. Leaders now recognize that their employees' physical/mental health and overall well-being directly impact their organization's performance.
In a job interview, most people focus on their strengths, which is good, but balance, which is just as important, is often missing from the equation. Leaning too far in one direction or another has a tendency to throw us off balance. So if we focus solely on our strengths, we may come across in a manner that shows we are out of balance and, as a result, not make the best impression
Should I be a results-driven leader or a heart-based leader? Should I make the tough call or be loyal to my colleagues who have become friends over time? These are examples of polarizing questions that create inner conflict in leaders daily.
How we feel is often a reflection of what we surround ourselves with. If you are exposing yourself to fear and negativity, consider the outcome.
Building resilience is the key to not crumbling when responsibilities pile up and times get hard. Resilience is not being immune to stress and adversity but rather being able to adapt positively to challenging situations.
When things don’t go your way, you essentially have two choices. Cling to wanting things to be different than they are, which translates into fruitless suffering for no good reason, OR choose to enjoy the reality of what you are grateful for today.