3 ways leaders find themselves
written by Jason Chenard
A foundational understanding of who we are, what our teams are made of and what got us here serves as fuel to continue. This depth of self-awareness leads to trust when unprecedented challenge exists and an understanding of how to adapt within our ever-changing industry. Believing in oneself pushes away jadedness and assumes internal best intentions when results go astray.
Belief relates to sleep.
Trust that when you win at sleep, downstream wins happen
Understand that going to bed on time is the right answer
Have faith that skipping the alcohol or late night snack will bring benefits beyond the immediate gratification they seem to promise
"I want to stay up to finish this movie, but I know that the extra hour of sleep will give me something I want greater tomorrow."
Belief relates to nutrition.
Trust that when you win at clean eating, downstream wins happen
Understand that packing a lunch instead of opening the food app is the right answer
Have faith in recognizing that you don't NEED this snack.
"This is just 'kitchen boredom snacking' and I'll just skip this one."
I know that a healthy diet is often about what I don't eat.
Are you believing in yourself enough? If you don't believe in yourself, who will?
Click here for a complement of my belief articles including:
Reinvent Yourself, Always
Above Average, Unwavering Belief
4 Ways to Being a Professional
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