In this video, learn how known and unknown data points create the pivot brackets. Based on what's working and a general idea of what's next, you can now start to bridge the gap between the two.
- Before we dive into the next pivot stage,…take a moment to reflect upon your mindset.…How are you currently showing up in your day to day work?…Are you operating at your desired energy levels,…creative output, and impact?…There are four categories pivoters generally fall into:…inactive, reactive, proactive, and innovative.…The first two are often stressors.…The latter two are sweet spots.…Let's take a look at each one in a little more detail.…
Inactive: does not seek changes, paralyzed by fear,…uncertainty, and self-doubt,…covers up career or life satisfaction with unhealthy habits…such as numbing out with excessive amounts…of food, alcohol, TV, video games, etc.,…feels and acts like a victim of their circumstances.…Reactive: mimics others' models for success…without originality, follows instructions to the letter,…waits for inspiration to strike, phones it in at work,…feels unhappy but doesn't inquire into why…or what to do about it, lets fear overrule planning…for the future and subsequent action steps.…
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- Optimizing your current role
- Identifying your strengths
- Crafting a one-year vision of success
- Making connections to "friendtors" and one-off mentors
- Creating a skill-building game plan
- Identifying small experiments and stretch projects
- Embracing smart risks
- Mapping next moves to make a greater impact