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The Virtual Campfire with Tony Martignetti – Mindset Mondays with David Taylor-Klaus

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“We don’t see the world as it is. We see the world as we are.” 
“If all meaning is made up, why not make up something that serves?”

On The Virtual Campfire, we discussed how to follow your passion healthily and happily. We talk about the dangerous myth that, if it’s hard, it’s good. We discussed the importance of seeking help and accepting it when it’s offered. On this show, I emphasized the crucial role my family has played in my life and elaborates on the importance of community. Humans are wired for connection, and its important to change your lens in order to bring about the reality you want to see. Listen in!


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Podcast: Life as Leadership

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REWIRE Your Thinking to Maximize Your Leadership with David Taylor-Klaus

LEADERSHIP INSIGHTS

  • The REWIRE framework (replacing an unhelpful behavior with a helpful one): 1. Reflect 2. Experiment 3. Write 4. Investigate 5. Revise 6. Expand (to other areas)
  • Of these six areas, people tend away most from writing and expanding. Watch out that you don’t fall into the same trap!
  • Expand your influence by using the Cascade Effect: Serving and leading people who will do the same for others.
  • Use the 10-10-10 tool: Take three timelines (minutes, hours, days, years, decades, etc.). What will the impact of this decision be in 10 ___, 10 ___, and 10 ___)?
  • Leaders need to understand the impact of their “leadership impact wake” and the gap between what it is and what they intend it to be.
  • Managers achieve a given goal as effectively as possible, but entrepreneurs decide what they want to be true and create the conditions to make that truth a reality.

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Forbes: Prospective Client Not A Good Fit? 15 Ways To Let Them Down Easy

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In this situation, I make it about me and take a stand for the people I serve: “I only have X number of spaces available in my practice, so I reserve them for clients for whom I can create the most impact. And I don’t feel like I’m the best match/choice/resource for you.” And whenever I can refer them to someone that would be a good fit, I absolutely make that connection.”

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Forbes: 15 Nighttime Self-Care Strategies To Get Prepared For A Busy Tomorrow

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Before I go to bed, I write down the five most critical tasks to be done the next day. In the morning, before checking email or making calls, I do those (and only those) tasks until they are complete, or until I hit a logical stopping point (e.g., when the next step is reliant upon external input or resources). Having accomplished this, I have much more energy to tackle the remaining list. Success breeds success.”

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MoxieCast 46: Shifting Sucky Beliefs, with David Taylor-Klaus

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On today’s episode, David and I talk about some really practical ways to:

  • Shift our beliefs to fulfil our potential;
  • Approach problem solving in a juicy new way;
  • and How we can quit being hardholics, already. Not everything has to be difficult to be worthwhile.

Some of my favourite bits of the show include:

  • Paranoia vs. Proanoia (say what?)
  • How to shift the sucky belief that if success is easeful, the outcome can’t be any good
  • An instant 3-step process to handle a challenging situation (it works!)

Grab your cuppa and join us! 

 

 

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Forbes: Feeling Isolated? 13 Ways To Combat Loneliness In Entrepreneurship

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You’re not alone in feeling alone. Loneliness is a common experience for entrepreneurs. The first step in combating loneliness, as in all challenges, is to acknowledge your feelings. The most critical step is next: Remove the judgment. Once you’ve acknowledged where you are and have given yourself a break for feeling that way, then you can begin to reach out and take action to change it.”

The overcalibrated leader endangers not just their livelihood, but their fulfillment and their sanity, as well. Think that over-dramatic? I’ve lived it. Ask me, and I’ll share my story…

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