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Career Coaching for Young Professionals

Prime Your Mind

 

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You might say I am on a bit of a Malcolm Gladwell kick.  In the past week I’ve finished two out of his three books.

Yesterday I started listening to his third book: Blink

In Blink, Gladwell talks about the significance of a concept called Priming.  Check out these two excerpts:

“Two Dutch researchers did a study in which they had groups of students answer forty-two fairly demanding questions from the board game Trivial Pursuit.  Half were asked to take five minutes beforehand to think about what it would mean to be a professor and write down everything that came to mind.  Those students got 55.6 percent of the questions right.  The other half of the students were asked to first sit and think about soccer hooligans.  They ended up getting 42.6 percent of the Trivial Pursuit questions right.  The “professor” group didn’t know more than the “soccer hooligan” group.  They weren’t smarter or more focused or more serious.  They were simply in a “smart” frame of mind, and clearly, associating themselves with the idea of something smart, like a professor, made it a lot easier – in that stressful instant after a trivia question was asked—to blurt out the right answer.  The difference between 55.6 and 42.6 percent, it should be pointed out, is enormous.  That can be the difference between passing and failing.”

“The psychologists Claude Steele and Joshua Aronson created an even more extreme version of this test, using black college students and twenty questions taken from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), the standardized test used for entry into graduate school.  When the students were asked to identify their race on a pretest questionnaire, that simple aft was sufficient to prime them with all the negative stereotypes associated with African-Americans and academic achievement—the number of items they got right was cut in half.”

In both situations the results were impacted by things that influenced the thoughts or mindset of the individuals.  They didn’t even know it.

Isn’t this kind of scary?

What this tells me is MINDSET IMPACTS RESULTS, and we can do things that impact our mindset.  We can prime our mind!

Prime Your Mind - Vision30This message probably isn’t anything new to you.  Between playing sports and my educational and professional experiences, this has been something that has been pounded in my head.  Perhaps you can relate.  The challenge I have is, if this message is so often communicated, why isn’t it used more?

Consider Gallup polls that show that 70% of our US workforce are disengaged in their positions.

Let’s think about this for a moment.  What is the mindset of someone who is disengaged?  If “mindset impacts results“, what kind of results are these employees getting for the organizations they work for?  How does this impact the rest of their lives?

What are these people doing to Prime their Minds?

Prime Your Mind

Think about the power you have to impact the results you are getting.  Consider all the things you can do to prime your mind and set you up for success?  What if you were intentional about the things you surround yourself with and pay attention to?

How would that impact each day?

How would that impact your life?

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How primed will you be by 30?

 

Two Sticks Walk Into a Campfire… By E.Corriveau

 

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A ridiculous amount of years ago someone took cialis super active two sticks and began to rub them together incessantly until sparks flew and fire was started. Did they know how long it would take for the sparks to form? No. Could they even be sure that sparks WOULD form? No.

Did they pursue that result regardless of the unknowns, the fears of the potential outcomes or the opposition of others around them that didn’t believe they could do it?

Set Fire - Vision30Oh yes.

Each of us has the sticks. Each of us has the potential to create the biggest sparks and set ourselves on fire in whatever it is we want to be successful at. However it won’t happen without work. It’s not magic. David Copperfield isn’t walking by and suddenly setting you ablaze.
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“Success isn’t the result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire.”
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The above is one of my all-time favorite quotes and rings an incredible amount of truth.

On Fire - Vision30Imagine that this person found two sticks, walked over and sat down in the woods. Perhaps they stared at these perfectly shaped, strong and resilient sticks for a while. Then imagine them giving up, setting them down and walking away.

These sticks could be anything in your life: support, determination, strength, positivity, etc. Rub any of these two together with vigor and sparks fly – little sparks containing incredible opportunity as they come if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link121″).style.display=”none”;} together and create a huge fire.

Hey – those are MY sticks!

Let’s say that this person had never rubbed those sticks together. I know you think I’m going to say we would’ve never had fire but here’s the honest truth – of course we would’ve had fire. Someone else would’ve come along, picked up those sticks and decided to try…and would’ve been successful. Nobody is going to do it for you.

Nobody is going to tell you the exact amount of time you will need to rub those sticks together. Nobody is going to find you new sticks if yours break. They will, however, applaud you when the sparks fly and when the fire sets; and they will most certainly be happy to sit with you around your campfire.

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How will you set fire by 30?

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Will You Be in the 42%? by J.Kiesau

 

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I read an alarming USA Today article yesterday titled:

Obesity could affect 42% of Americans by 2030

If you are in you are between 20 – 30 this means that 42% of you will reach obesity between the ages of 40 - 50.

Obesity could affect 42% of Americans by 2030 - USA TodayWill that be you?

Of course you’re telling yourself “No way!” right now.  Why wouldn’t you?

How do you think people who are obese today would have answered that question when they were 20-30 years old?

They would have said the exact same thing!

One of two things is going to have to happen to prevent this projection from becoming a reality.

  1. The government will step in and start to regulate what we can and can not eat.
  2. People will be personally responsible and take their health seriously.

There is no other way to stop this.  Either you are going to make the decision not to allow this to happen to you, someone is going to make the decision for you, or you will be part of the 42%.

That’s life!

I have always enjoyed exercising, but a little over a year ago I took it to a whole new level.  I made the decision that I was going to commit 60 minutes or more per day, seven days a week to my health.

My health is my #1 priority!  Period! 

I know, you’re busy.   I get it!

I’m a single dad with two children.  I have a career and am co-owner of a business.  I am involved in non-profit organizations and various community initiatives.  None of this gets in the way of my health.  On a very rare occasion I might have to miss a day or reduce my minutes, but it is made up.

It’s a choice to be made!  Only you can make it!

In one of my first grad classes I remember my instructor saying “People change for two reasons: Opportunity and Fear”  Opportunity and fear both played a role in “WHY” I decided to make health my # 1 priority?

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You need to figure out “WHY” it’s important to you!

There are likely many reasons why you should do this.  Some you’re aware of and many you haven’t even realized.

Here are six reasons I made my health my #1 priority.  Perhaps you can relate:

  1. I Can Be Insecure - I’ve identified two key factors between me being insecure or confident: Exercise and Sleep.  My thoughts and emotions are simply more productive and I’m less stressed when I get enough sleep and I exercise on a regular basis.
  2. I’m Superficial - I like the physical results of eating healthy and exercising.  As an adult I’ve weighed 200 and I’ve weighed 230.  I like the way I look when I’m closer to 200!
  3. I’m Selfish – I want to successfully reach my personal and professional goals.  When I’m healthy, I’m more productive. When I’m more productive, I’m more successful.  Period!
  4. I’m Responsible - The healthier I am the better I can lead and take care of my family.  The healthier I am the more successfully I will fulfill my responsibilities to my employer and clients. The healthier I am the less I will be contributing to this healthcare crisis and the soaring cost of healthcare impacting my employer and our communities.
  5. I Must Walk My Talk -  I could never talk and write about the things I do with integrity if I wasn’t making every effort to be an example and practice what I preach.  The only way for me to fulfill my purpose and help others gain the confidence to take action is to do it myself.
  6. I Want to Positively Impact the World Around Me

What are your six reasons to take personal responsibility for your health?  What is the opportunity with living a healthier life?  What should you be afraid of if you don’t?

The foundation of confidence and fulfillment is being mentally, emotionally, and physically healthy.

If you have any desire to impact the world, your health is a great place to start!

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How healthy will you be by 30?

Your 11:20 Moment by J.Kiesau

 

I’m a runner!

Ok, I may have stretched the truth a bit.  I am TRYING to be a runner.  I currently run between three – five miles per day and I am training for my 2nd Tough Mudder that will take place in just a few weeks.

Just two years ago I was outwardly vocal about how much I wasn’t a runner and my common response to people who were avid runners was “You’re Crazy!”

Vision - 11:20 PrincipleThey weren’t crazy.

I was weak!

Running is a lot like everyday life.  It takes a strong mental attitude.  It’s good for you, but it’s not always fun.  It can be a painful and uncomfortable process in pursuit of a goal.  It’s really easy to give up and take an easier route.  And if you can just stay committed and bust your ass long enough for the endorphins or “runners high” to kick in, it’s easier and more productive.

Last week I was running on the treadmill at the gym.  My body was tight and my right hip flexor was irritating the heck out of me.  When I started the only thing I was thinking about was the discomfort and rationalizing with myself that if I quit, it would be OK.

Then it hit me!

My thoughts were different and the discomfort and pain was gone.  It became easier.  Endorphins had kicked in, runners high had taken over, and all of a sudden I was more relaxed and focused with what I was doing.  I looked down at the timer and it said I had been running 11 minutes and 20 seconds.

11:20

Because of my weak mind and crappy attitude, it felt a heck of a lot longer than 11 minutes and 20 seconds.  In just 11 minutes and 20 seconds I almost gave up and would not have completed the three – five miles I had committed to.  I wouldn’t have moved any closer to being prepared for the Tough Mudder.  The worst part is I had myself convinced it was OK to quit over a little discomfort.

Can you relate?

Have you ever achieved anything that didn’t come with some challenge and discomfort?  Leadership is a challenging and at times uncomfortable task.  Being a leader requires you to think for yourself and stand up for what you believe.  Sometimes you’re forced to make decisions that aren’t popular and others just don’t understand.  Those who make decisions based on their foundational passions and values are the ones who experience the “runners high”.   Because they are living true to themselves, they are confident and mentally and emotionally strong.   They will never give up, because they believe at their core in what they are doing?

What will your 11:20 look like?

Will you experience it?  Will allow unproductive thoughts and a little discomfort to convince you it’s OK to give in and quit . . . that everything will be just fine?

As a Young Professional, now is the time to jack up that speed, face the discomfort head on, and have confidence your attitude and preparation will create the momentum that will positively impact you the rest of your life.

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A Battle You Can’t Afford to Lose!

 

Your ability to effectively lead yourself and inspire others comes down to the never-ending battle that occurs in all of us:

Confidence vs. Insecurity

Merriam-Webster.com defines each as:

Confidence: faith or belief that one will act in a right, proper, or effective way
Insecurity: deficient in assurance: beset by fear and anxiety

A theory that I personally use to organize my world is Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.  In a nutshell this theory says that insecurity prevents us from developing:

  • Healthy love and relationships with others
  • Self-esteem needed to strive for greater accomplishment
  • Ability to discover our purpose or as Maslow says “Self-Actualization”

Vision 30 - Confidence vs. InsecurityWithout even realizing it, insecurity drives us to act in ways and make choices that we would not make if we were secure with ourselves and the world around us. It paralyzes us from being the person we truly want to be and living the life we deserve to live.

It holds you hostage!

Insecurity does serve a purpose however.  It’s a survival and protection mechanism that gives us a sense of relief and control when we feel, as Merriam-Webster.com says “fear and anxiety”.  This relief and control may not be productive in the grand scheme of things, but for now it works.  We become comfortable, but never really become secure.  The scary part is some people live in a constant cycle of “fear and anxiety” and don’t even know it.

The questions you must ask yourself are:

Do you want your life defined by choices based on “fear and anxiety”?   

OR

Do you want your live to be defined by choices based on security and the genuine belief that you are acting in the “right, proper, or most effective way” to reach your goals?

That’s confidence!

The foundation of our security and confidence is something that was built within us at a very young age and was largely dependant on our environment and the relationships with the adults in our lives.  If the adults in our lives didn’t understand this battle (and most didn’t) it never got addressed.  We were just expected to be confident, do our work, and be successful.

Regardless of past experience and what you think you are right now you must understand this:

Confidence is a key characteristic of success and fulfillment!

Confident people think more productive.  They feel better about themselves and the world around them.  They don’t get consumed by worry and fear.  They progress even in adverse situations.  They aren’t held back by people or things.  They are purposeful in their actions.

In the battle between insecurity vs. confidence, confidence must win!

Study confidence, practice confidence, and be confident!

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3 Traits of a Leader

 

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As a Business Coach with E-Myth Benchmark I had the opportunity to work with small business owners all over the country helping them think more strategically and systemically about their life and business.  In the time we spent together we would discuss everything from their purpose for starting their business all the way down to the details of writing a phone script so there customers were getting a consistent experience when they called.  Out of everything we talked about, few things were more impactful than helping them realize they were leaders.

You must realize this too!

They understood leadership from a high spectator type level, but most never considered themselves to be leaders.  When talking about this, we kept it real simple.  We would talk about three traits they needed to possess as leaders of their business:  Vision, Action, and Spirit!

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VISION
Leaders know where they are going and they have created a measurable plan to get there.

ACTION
A leader takes action that aligns with their vision and goals.

SPIRIT
A leader has an attitude and spirit that is infectious and inspires the world around them to be better.

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These business owners made significant changes in their life and business, but their changes had as much to do with them seeing themselves and the world differently, as it did working through the E-Myth program.

They simply thought different!

When you think different you feel different.  When you think and feel different you will behave different.   When your thoughts, emotions, and actions align with something meaningful, you better believe your results will be different.

Imagine what your world could be like if you approached it with  Vision, Action, and Spirit, and you saw yourself as the leader you need to be.
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