Working on Successful Habits

To start, let’s define success

Independence — Self Mastery

1. Choose an Empowered Story (Be Proactive)

2. Have Vision and Principles (Begin with the end in mind)

3. Focus on the “Important and non-urgent” (First Things First)

  • Important and urgent = Do
  • Important and non-urgent = Plan
  • Not important and urgent = Delegate (If you can’t delegate, revaluate your circumstance. If these are more than minimal, either your vision/principles need updating or you need to make a change).
  • Not important and not urgent = Distraction

Interdependence — Relationship Mastery

4. Be the whole (Think Win-Win)

5. Create safe and listening environments (Seek first to understand, then to be understood)

6. Maximize human potential (Synergize)

Continuous Improvement

7. Manage and improve resources and create loops (Sharpen the saw)

Dimensions of Nature

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Coach. Leader. Manager. Passionate about helping people. Curious about problems, especially customer. Create environments for delivering software people love.

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