Your reactions reveal where you live emotionally and psychologically and ultimately, impact your results in business.
Your attitudes and beliefs about the people around you – clients, customers, your team and even the market influence your decisions and impact the results of your leadership. Leadership in time, revenue, and outcomes.
Great leaders are quick to stop and take a check-up from the neck-up!
Blaming is a strong sign to stop and do just that – because outward dynamics and people are going to shift. For instance, I am still hearing business people blame the economy – what? The economy is doing much better!
Whenever you engage in blaming an outside source for lack luster results, whether it is other people or a dynamic, you are not taking responsibility in some area.
If I were no longer concerned with ____________, what would I do?
What opportunities am I not taking FULL advantage of?
What am I tolerating and what is this toleration costing me?
Taking responsibility for your outcomes and results puts you in the driver’s seat.
Are you ready to make shift happen in your results?
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About Lora Newman:
Lora Newman, M.S., LPC, is a Mastery Certified Coach, and Founder/CEO of Zero2Sixty Performance Coaching, llc, a national company currently serving clients in 22 states and three countries. Lora has been helping Business Leaders bust through the barriers holding them back in business and in life for more than 18 years.
She has gained notoriety as the Founder of The 48 HR Breakthrough™ 2-day intensive where business leaders learn to replace obstacles and problems with creative, strategic thinking so they can increase business revenue, lead teams with ease, and enjoy more freedom.
Lora received her B.S. in Psychology from Drury University and an M.S. in Counseling from SMSU (now MSU.) She is a graduate of Coach U Coaching School, and is a member of the International Association of Women in Business Coaching. Lora holds duel certifications in EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association) as a Certified Professional and a Certified Corporate Professional.