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11 mistakes personal (and corporate) trainers wish you’d stop making

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This photo title should say: You’re too Monotonous. Doing the same things and expecting your results to happen better and faster.

 

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You’re doing workplace initiatives you hate.

 

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You are starting with the wrong mindset.

 

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You’re always focused on the same things, in the same way.

 

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You refuse to do what it takes to have focus and discipline.

 

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You are neglecting a holistic approach to organizational vibrancy.

 

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You use a ready, fire, aim approach to making progress.

 

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You rush from one thing to another and don’t fully understand the inter-connectedness of the easy beginnings and easy endings.

 

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You only want to focus on what you’re good at, and not a 360 analysis.

 

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Rush, rush, rush. You do too many things that others can, and should, be doing.

 

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The long way is the short cut. Each important piece of cultural architecture has a positive ripple effect when you have it in place and a negative ripple effect when it isn’t.

 

The hardest thing in the world is to change who we are once we are well into our career. However, it SHOULD be the easiest thing because what we are really asked to do is to simply keep getting better.

Original article is here.

Summary of 11 points, jeff noel style.

  1. You’re too Monotonous. Doing the same things and expecting your results to happen better and faster.
  2. You’re doing workplace initiatives you hate.
  3. You are starting with the wrong mindset.
  4. You’re always focused on the same things, in the same way.
  5. You refuse to do what it takes to have focus and discipline.
  6. You are neglecting a holistic approach to organizational vibrancy.
  7. You use a ready, fire, aim approach to making progress.
  8. You rush from one thing to another and don’t fully understand the inter-connectedness of the easy beginnings and easy endings.
  9. You only want to focus on what you’re good at, and not a 360 analysis.
  10. Rush, rush, rush. You do too many things that others can, and should, be doing.
  11. The long way is the short cut. Each important piece of cultural architecture has a positive ripple effect when you have it in place and a negative ripple effect when it isn’t.

Personal trainers, executive coaches, High School Counselors, Physicians, and so on, they are at their finest when they are 100% honest, transparent, and forthcoming.

The truth hurts.

The truth can set you free.

Pick wisely.

 

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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.