How one simple mindset shift propelled me from a lazy young man to an award-winning manager, coach, author and international speaker who is on a mission to make the workplace both happier and more productive.
My personal development journey began when I was 23 years old. I moved to Prague, Czech Republic, to spend a year living abroad. I met new people and joined a large consulting and outsourcing company: Accenture. This set in motion a series of happenings that set me of on the adventure of a lifetime.
This is when I learned the most important lesson I learned in my life: I can do and become anything I put my mind to.
Since then, every year has been the best year of my life. Every year I grow more confident and experience new things.
I love personal development: learning, experimenting, making new connections. Every waking hour I think about how to do things better, faster and easier.
Everything I know I pass on to you.
My purpose in life is to elevate purpose-driven leaders so they go on to inspire millions. Let's work together to have less stress and more happy moments. People know me for my simple strategies: for virtually every problem I have found a solution in the form of a simple step-by-step process that anybody can follow.
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What I learned about being happy and successful:
Where you are in your life is a reflection of who you are as a person.
So if you want to better results, you must change. Change your mindset, change your choices, change your habits.
Everything you do, even the tiniest thought, either brings you closer to your goals or further away from them.
In all the people I've studied and built relationships with, I found a pattern.
People who achieve long-term sustainable success have made it a habit to live by the green column. Each line represents a dichotomy, or a contrast. Intuitively we understand why the green column leads to better results on the long term, but our bodies were designed to survive... which means to live by the red column.
Everything we teach, all our systems and programs have been designed to make a shift from the red column mindset to the green column mindset.
Fulfill expectations of others
Distracted / Busy
Focus on "How"
Think about past or future
Pursue own intentions
Focus on "Why"
Be present in the "now"
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MAYA, PROJECT MANAGER
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