I’ve seen it time after time. Companies for which I’ve worked and companies for whom I’ve consulted and trained. They just can’t seem to get out of their own way.
Do critics reach their full potential? Do they enjoy happiness and success in life?
"Here's what I've been wondering as of late. Does all this wretched criticism about everyone and everything do anything to make us happier human beings? Or do we instead get a quick hit of self-righteous pleasure and then go out looking for our next fix." Dayna Williams
This week I connected with reinvention career coach and TED speaker John Tarnoffto discuss gaining some traction for my books and speaking. I appreciated the wisdom and insight he shared. Here’s what I took away from our discussion:
There are many things I love about what I do.
First, I get to meet and connect with phenomenal people. Every time I'm with a group I feel fortunate.
Second, I get to talk about things that matter. Communication. Helping others find solutions. Leadership. Team work. Being the best version of yourself. Finding success. Things that help you live a better life and improve the quality of your life