In the Crossfit world, it’s a known fact that having a partner can lead to seeing results more quickly. Having a community of people supporting each other through growth has been proven to see drastic improvements. Little did I know, how this pair-working concept would translate so well into remote-work.
I recently tuned into a podcast from Lewis Howes, on Mastering Confidence, Humility, and Leadership with Brad Lomenick. This podcast really helped me to reevaluate how I define leadership.
“Leadership is influence. Just because someone has a title, doesn’t mean that person is a leader.” – John Maxwell
“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends. The most accessible and wisest of counselors and the most patient of teachers.” – Charles William Eliot
I’m making it a new goal to read a new book each month, Here’s my current Book List…
We are told from infancy, that we should “Get a good education.” Most people today, associate learning with formal education at school, college, university etc. While I believe formal education is important; I don’t think we should be defined by our education credentials.
“Musicians don’t retire, they stop when there is no music in them.” – Louis Armstrong
I think this quote, goes hand-in-hand with learning. You never reach this point where you’re like, “Yup. I’ve learned it all, I officially know everything.”
“There is no such thing has overnight success.” Michelangelo didn’t become famous overnight.
In a world that is so connected, we’re shouting to be heard amongst all the chatter of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms.
I stumbled across a TedTalk the other day by MIT Professor & Psychologist Sherry Turkle . She studies how technology is shaping our modern relationships: with others, with ourselves, with it. Lately, she’s focused her attention to social media and sociable robots. She argues that