Are things piling up and its three steps forward and two steps back day after day? Is your to do list getting way to long to ever get done? Well, James has the perfect plan for you. Tune in and have a listen. Your list is just about to get much shorter.
James has an important message for you in this episode of Leadership shop. He says it is time to get down to it. If you aren’t up to it, it may then be time to learn how doing less than necessary is little better than doing nothing.
I don’t often tell you that a particular episode of Leadership Shop is a must listen but this one may very well be. James is talking about change management and comes quickly to the nub of the matter. Change is not optional. The only question is whether or not you are going to play the change game or the game is going to play you, or merely leave you behind.
A quick look at the success literature may give you the impression that making mistakes is the surest path to success. James has an alternative perspective for you in this episode of the Leadership Shop podcast. It is definitely worth a listen and moreover, it is worth well considering the advice James includes. Make mistakes if you cannot avoid them, but never confuse doing it wrong with getting it right, the first time, on time, every time. As someone famous likely said, losing is never as good as winning.
James is back with an important success tip. You know what you did, your experience. Others also know about that or can fairly quickly learn. You also have a good notion about “can,” what you can do. For that, the path to knowing for others is not quite so transparent. James finishes with a short quiz that helps you get a handle on the “can” side of the did/can coin.