People that thrive and feel at full potential tend to be ‘vivi’.Those who are not fulfilled tend to be ‘sousou’. Let us explain.
Learn more about this book providing a program to change from ‘easily stressed’ to ‘rarely stressed’.
Most, if not all of us, have our moments of doubt. Perhaps we wonder whether our own actions and results were ‘good enough’. Or we are critical of others’ efforts. The right course of action is not obvious. We hesitate what to do and how to react. Here are a couple of tips to help guide you in your reflections.
Achievers want to live up to what they’re capable of, dream big, and accomplish the most possible. We know the feeling. If only there was more time to get everything done… You could lower your ambitions, but probably you don’t want to… Here’s how you could address the issue
We all have setbacks, big or small ones. A missed promotion, a family problem, a big financial loss,… For some, these setbacks mean ‘the end’, for others, they trigger a ‘new beginning’. Watch our inspiring video!
A good level of energy gives us the fuel to perform well. A low level of energy puts us in ‘underperformance zone’. Less enthusiasm, more procrastination, less great ideas, more time needed to get things done, less power to influence others…
Get a better understanding of scientific research on how people think, how they develop emotions and how they take decisions, so you can impact your own thoughts, emotions and decisions. The result: more ‘good days’!
Once people start to ruminate, they often find it quite difficult to ‘stop it’. We tend to tell ourselves ‘stop ruminating’ – only to notice that it’s hard to control these unwelcome thoughts. Here’s 5 tips you might find useful.
Having an engaged and aligned team is one of the most satisfying experiences for a leader. Here’s 5 tips to create that engagement & alignment.
Is there a way leaders can combine ‘no compromise on the ambitions’, with ‘no burning self or team members’? In our experience, there is a high road to sustainable peak performance: making sure to ‘ask’ and ‘give’ enough. With regards to self and others.