For Leaders Who Don't just Want Success but also Bliss and Balance. Those Who Dare To Be Human & Real and Who Know That Leading Others Starts With Leading Themselves
In my last blog I wrote about the year-end-rush and the number one (rather counterintuitive ) tip of how to deal with it differently. What I wrote is still true - while talking to my clients though I realized that it supports even more to have a list of various hands-on ways or measures to pick from. Those that help in your individual situation. Which I guess is different from mine. And the one of the person next door.
Let me know what works/worked best for you - just drop me a quick line at [email protected] - I always love to hear back from anyone reading my blog.
Wow, what a statement! And is it even true?
Right – let’s clarify a few things upfront:
So what IS this article about?
In a way about my journey. As a leader AND woman.
How I arrived where I am now and the learning and epiphanies on the way.
How is this relevant for you?
Some days ago, I attended a meetup where we talked about failure culture. Fascinating views and conversations. And it inspired me to write this up. Maybe it serves you too - if so, let I'd love to hear from you. Just drop me an e-mail at [email protected]
"I am really good at my job - and still make mistakes.
I adore honesty - and still I lie sometimes.
I have clear boundaries - and still on occasions don't manage to say no.
I decided to not participate in drama - and still find myself in it from time to time.
I am a strong leader - and still, also soft and yearn to be taken care of occasionally.
I am generally organized - and sometimes still chaotic.
I'm a serious person - and still laugh about silly stuff.
I'm a feminist - and still love (most) men.
I'm a happy person - and can still fall into a black hole sometimes.
I generally know what's the right thing to do - and still fail to do it every once in a while.
I'm ambitious - and still have totally...
I promise I won't send you daily mails - I might offer you great stuff from time to time though. Of course I'm biased ;-).
Thanks for your trust!