[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/5897075/height/75/width/600/theme/standard/autonext/no/thumbnail/yes/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/” height=”75″ width=”600″] Will you recognize what success looks and feels like when you get there?
It is a conscious choice to recognize when short-, mid-, and long-term goals are met. This #PurposefulAction begins with each of us. Through real life experiences, we are going to talk about including the celebration of our achievement equally as much as the attention placed on what can change for next time. Jess Dewell talks with Stephanie Sims about the reasons to Celebrate Our Wins.
Starting The Conversation:
- Share a win. How did it feel?
- Did you take time to reflect, move onto the next thing, and/or something else?
- What habits do you notice that impact how we look at finishing a task, project, goal?
What You Will Hear:
Share a win and how we recognize it.
It’s common to ignore what’s really good and power on.
The extra task and what we can bring from personal development and adding value at work.
Personal values and agreements (that sometimes conflict).
Goals and it the value we place on it.
Intention and goals and the reasons for the goals and business + family agreements necessary…first.
Shared meaning, communication and the real truth: it’s a translation process.
When doubt creeps in, we must face it because we can’t run away from ourself.
Tips and processes for staying focused and filtering out what doesn’t support our goals, and shift back to it.
Notice when we are stuck and how to move through it.
Ideas to get unstuck: vision boards, mantra, goals, words…
Setup a success mindset to know how to show up.
We never have all the information to make a decision, and we can create some certainty.
Create and hold filters (aka boundaries) to stay on track.
Notable and Quotable:
Jess Dewell: In a world where drive, ambition, and achievement surround us, it’s easy to forget how celebrating fits in.
Stephanie Sims: When I’m told ‘that’s awesome’ I will stop and have an awesome moment.
Diana Ballard: There are times I stop and breathe and be present in the moment.
Stephanie Sims: It gets hard when there are conflicting agreements.
Diana Ballard: When I can lock into a goal, I feel it both professionally and personally that I’m going after it.
Jess Dewell: I must be intentional about this goal.
Stephanie Sims: Make a connection to the people you are trying to achieve a goal for know it and understand it.
Jess Dewell: We have a feedback loop in how we communicate with those we have agreements with.
Diana Ballard: Translation, and communication, is not a binary experience.
Stephanie Sims: Connect with ourself [some way] to bring us back to what we were intending.
Diana Ballard: Joy is necessary in everything we do.
Stephanie Sims: Make sure I’m doing things every day are in alignment with what I’m focused on.
Jess Dewell: When we are unsure of what we want adds to doubt and impacts (and even stops) decision making.
Diana Ballard: The hardest part in decision making is not having something to check in with.
Stephanie Sims: Pay attention to the signs that indicate we’re being drained of energy.
Diana Ballard: Boundaries are crucial to know what is acceptable or unacceptable.
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Will you recognize what success looks and feels like when you get there?
It is a conscious choice to recognize when a short-, mid-, and long-term goals are met. This #PurposefulAction begins with each of us. Through real life experiences, we are going to talk about including the celebration of our achievement at least as much as we put attention on what can change for next time. Jess Dewell talks with Stephanie Sims about the reasons to Celebrate Our Wins.