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Career Coaching for Young Professionals

Commentary vs. Contribution by J.Kiesau

 

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Think about all the interactions you have with others on a daily basis:

  • Face to Face
  • Phone
  • Text / Email
  • Social Media
  • Blogs / Articles

Do you provide commentary or contribution?

This really is an important question, because I think some people get them confused.

What’s the difference?

Relationships are all about value. Relationships succeed and thrive because there is an exchange of value in one way or another. All parties get something out of the relationship that is beneficial to them.

Commentary is just talking or . . . commenting. There really isn’t any purpose behind it. It’s not helping other parties reach their goals and it’s not helping fulfill any other purpose outside of fulfilling the “commentors” need to say something, hear themselves talk, receive validation, feel a sense of control, or get a reaction out of others.

Contribution can be talking, but it’s purposeful. It provides value to an exchange and relationship. A contributor is paying attention to what is going on and is looking for ways they can help. They communicate when they feel they can add value and they shut up if they can’t.

Big Difference!

Have you ever been in a meeting where you have that one person who needs to comment on everything that is said? Maybe they are trying to be entertaining or maybe the truly feel they are adding value, but in reality neither is Contribute - Vision30happening.  I was in a meeting where a person didn’t appear very engaged when others were speaking, but when the boss was talking they were smiling, nodding their head, and repeating everything that was said as if the boss needed that validation? The boss didn’t need any validation. The person commenting did!

In a meeting, a contributor really doesn’t say much unless they feel they can add value to what is being talked about. They are engaged, but they are controlled and purposeful with how they show up in the meeting. They ask clarifying questions to understand better. They challenge, make suggestions, and share ideas they feel could be beneficial. It’s truly not about them.

Three Ways to Become A Contributor

  1. Pay Attention – In “7 Habits of Highly Effective People“, Covey talks about “Seek to Understand, before you Seek to be Understood” The more you pay attention and understand the more you will be able to contribute.
  2. Understand Your Impact – You need to understand and embrace what you bring to the table. What are your strengths and weaknesses? How can you help and what value can your role bring.
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  3. Have Confidence – You are paying attention to what is going on. You recognize where you can impact. You now must have the confidence to communicate your ideas and take action. You can’t sit back and say nothing. You must contribute!
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Each of us has an awesome opportunity to add value and contribute to the world around us, but we need to know what’s going on and have the confidence in ourselves to take action and make things happen.

We can all contribute!

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What contributions will you make 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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The Purpose of Vision 30

 

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The purpose of Vision 30 is simple!

We want to help young adults in their 20′s become the leaders this world desperately needs.  

The kinds of leaders, who are confident, live passionately, make the world a better place, and inspire others to do the same.

If you’re in your 20’s, you’ve spent the majority of your life receiving well intended instructions and guidance that kept you safe and prepared you to go to college and get a good job.   Congratulations if you’ve accomplished this!

Now what?

We are committed to helping you answer the “Now What?”  The rules that got you here are not the same rules that will lead you to a life of personal and professional success and fulfillment.

30 will be here before you know it!

If you don’t’ start thinking about what’s important to you, who you want to be, and the impact you want to have in the world, you may very well end up like millions of people in their 30′s and 40′s who are playing the “what if” and the “woulda, coulda, shoulda” game.

Do not let that be you!

Your 20’s are the most important years of your life for a number of reasons.  You are making decisions, taking on commitments, and assuming responsibilities that will positively or negatively impact you for many years, if not the rest of your life. Your 20’s provide you a short period of time where ‘the world’ allows you to try different things, make mistakes, and reinvent yourself.  The closer you get to 30, the less understanding and forgiving ‘the world’ becomes.  If don’t have your “stuff” together by 30, ‘the world’ may start to lose confidence in you and wonder if and when you will figure it out.

We will help you figure it out!

There is a way of approaching ‘the world’ that successful individuals and organizations utilize every single day.  A way that gives them greater security, confidence, success, and fulfillment.  A way that is easy to learn, easy to implement, and will get you results immediately.  We want to help you experience this way.

You just have to answer one question:

What’s Your By 30?

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