In today's article, I share some key insights from my interview with Alinka Rutkowska, a USA Today best-selling author, a Wall Street Journal bestselling author and a top 100 Amazon best-selling author in business and money.
A week ago, I published my first article in my series of key insights from the Future Leaders Summit. This was an online event I hosted recently, in which thousands of attendees from around the world learned from 31 interviews that I conducted with bestselling authors and leadership experts.
After being a speaker and corporate trainer for three decades, I recently ventured into the virtual world to host my first online event – the Future Leaders Summit. With 31 amazing guest speakers, the Summit attracted thousands of attendees from almost 100 different countries. And wow! I certainly learned a lot! And now I would love to share some of my key insights with you.
We all hear the old saying that we should 'work smarter, not harder', but how many of us actually abide by this? It's easier said than done, isn't it?
There are many pressures from society and family to be a certain version of successful. Usually this means wealthy or socially important, instead of healthy, happy and great at what you do. But doing things to make lots of money or for superficial social status will not lead to a fulfilling life.
When you manage your personal branding, people will remember you and associate you with the brand values you wish to convey. If you don't manage your brand, others will!
Go type 'reduce stress' into your search engine. Go ahead; I'll wait. Bet you got a number of hits in the millions.
In any office environment, skilful organisation provides the strong foundations of any working day. If you work in a secretarial or administrative role, your employers expect you to manage not just your own workload efficiently, but also be familiar with the workload of the people around you.
Do you sometimes feel you struggle with the 'invisible' phenomenon? Do you feel you work hard but aren't really 'noticed'? Or perhaps you don't feel you get due credit? Or perhaps you feel taken for granted?
Everywhere you look on the Internet, you can see ideas for improving your life or achieving your goals. Regardless of what those goals are, it's likely they somehow relate to being more successful – at school, at home, and at work.