A few days ago I was introduced to Darren Wingfield from Harlands Accountants, a very cool and moderm Accountancy firm, and we recorded a podcast.
For the most part of our life we are either approaching, living through or just passing a crisis.
Retros are for learning, not for pointing fingers; as with everything, the more Retros you do the better they become, the more impact they generate, the more constructive they become. Retros are key for success.
To give means we have something that is valuable to others.
Doing what’s the right vs what’s practical is always in tension, one requires — sometimes — a bit more thinking or can make you feel uncomfortable; but once done you realise it wasn’t as bad as you thought not matter how hard it was, and pavés the path for the next one up.
Doing the dishes for me means that when I wake up in the morning I start on a clean sheet. I wake up to order. It lets my brain feel like a fresh start.
Making time to read is my lead domino. If I am reading it means everything’s else is in balance.
Saying No primes you to stay in control of your destiny and becomes a rooting element to stay mindful, giving you quality ingredients where to find calm.
Serendipity has been key to me in so many ways, including been strategic for many wins in my life, so how do you go about creating serendipity in times of corona?
We think people look at us through the same lenses we look at ourselves and, just as we have full knowledge of our current situation, we project that same sense of mindfulness into others; and that’s wrong.