Shift or Be Shifted

For years, you may have been vying for a higher position at your company, a thriving business, or just a better relationships where you’re respected, appreciated, and cared for. However, your goal may be evading you, driving you to feel like a failure. If this is how you feel or think, then I invite you to Shift or Be Shifted.

Yes, you are a spiritual being having a human experience. Each spirit exists in a matrix where it pulls things toward it while repelling whatever goes against its worldview. In other words, it is you who attracts people, situations, and circumstances rather than the other way around. You’re already pre-wired to be brilliant; you just need to shift your brilliance to tap into this power.

Why Shift Your Brilliance

Once you shift your brilliance, you have more control over whatever comes your way, and you can define your future in the present. By taking over the wheel on the road leading to your destiny, you can navigate your life away from obstacles and ensure a smooth ride ahead. Other benefits you’ll reap by shifting include:

  • Letting go of whatever is keeping you back and embracing what will push you forward
  • Learning to find significance rather than seek success
  • Identifying your purpose in life and what role you play in every situation you go through
  • Boosting your self-confidence and realizing that you’re not the one damaged here—it’s the situation itself that is damaged
  • Discovering your passion for your job and going the extra mile
  • Building relationships with every side of your business transactions rather than just selling or buying
  • Uncovering the leader within regardless of your title
  • Connecting deeply with your company’s brand, discovering it thoroughly in the process and promoting it more effectively
  • Boosting your productivity because you actually care about your life and work

These are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what shifting can do for you. However, if you decide to let undesirable forces control your life’s journey, you’re bound to feel like a rag doll thrown from one situation into another.

7 Tips to help you Shift and Take Control of Your Life

If you’re ready to take control and lead rather than be led, here are seven tips you should follow.

  1. Stay optimistic and exude positive energy despite the surrounding negativity.
  2. Work on being happy and become known for it.
  3. Remember that there will be those who like you and those who won’t. Don’t waste your time running after the latter. Build yourself to become strong, and they’re bound to come to you.
  4. Become more intuitive and tap into opportunities that are all around you in the matrix.
  5. Operate with tacit knowledge, i.e., do what you do with confidence rather than just doing a   task.
  6. Repel inferior energy, especially while you’re building your own, or it will drag you down.
  7. Remember that you may be alone, but you’re never lonely. The quicker you realize this, the less likely it will be for you to succumb to depression and other negative thoughts.

So don’t let the world lead you. Take the steering wheel of your future firmly in your hands, shift into the right gear, and become the brilliant person you were created to be.

Experience Click here – Shift Your Brilliance – Harness the Power of You, Inc.

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How to develop boldness as a Leader

All great leaders, both in the current arena and throughout history, have in common a willingness to take risks and be bold. Articles and studies reinforce the importance of bold leadership, but how exactly you become bold as a leader? Let’s take a look.

1. Know the right way to take risks

Taking risks is often thought to be as the defining quality of a bold leader, but you should keep in mind all the associated factors with each risk, and only then should you proceed with any decision, regardless of whether you decided to go on or not.

Thorough analysis before taking a step forward is crucial, and will help you formulate mitigation strategies in case your decision backfires. Everyone makes mistakes, and thus having a sound preventive strategy around is always a good idea.

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3 ways to cultivate humility for better leadership

Think about all the great leaders you respect, and why you admire them.

Most of the time, the reason will be the accomplishments they have achieved.

But if fame equates to success these days, where does humility come in?

Is there any place for humility in leadership?

Business schools all over the world emphasize the importance of humility in leadership, but there really doesn’t seem much point, right?

Wrong! Let’s take a deeper look.

Click here to read  – 3 ways to cultivate humility for better leadership

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4 tips for being more flexible and adaptable

To stay competitive, businesses today must change and conform to the latest standards on a nearly real-time basis.

This calls for increased focus on developing and establishing the traits of flexibility and adaptability into all levels of the workforce hierarchy. As an emerging leader, the responsibility of cultivating these two traits often falls on your shoulders.

Adaptability and flexibility: A quick refresher

At this point in your career, being offered insight into what adaptability entails might seem superfluous. However, even experienced leaders can overlook important nuances that come with adaptability and need a refresher from time to time.

In the business sense of the word, adaptability entails being open to new ideas and concepts, being able to work on an independent basis or with a team as the situation demands, and juggling multiple projects without getting flummoxed when conditions abruptly change. The ability or degree of willingness to which one adapts in such situations essentially determines one’s level of flexibility — and possibly the heights they will achieve in the future.

With a basic refresher under your belt, let’s move on to building your workforce. Here we’ll take a look at four skills to nurture as you embark on developing your team’s ability to adapt:

1. Think creatively

Your team should be encouraged to explore different avenues for fostering creativity and accomplishing work goals with a new mindset. Those who tend to stick to the same tried-and-true methods are likely to have decreased flexibility and will resist change. Be prepared to give your team a little extra effort.

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Challenge orthodoxy if you want innovation and success

Nearly every innovation the world has seen is the result of curiosity. But what if Mozart hadn’t been curious about composition, Leonardo da Vinci had ignored the human form, and Louis Pasteur never explored medicine? The world would be bereft of music, art, and even health as we know it.

Curiosity serves as a trigger for innovation and invention.

An annoyance — or a driver of innovation?

As with inventions, curiosity has been behind a large number of success stories in the business world, too. Often hailed as the father of modern management, famed management consultant Peter Drucker put it like this: “My greatest strength as a consultant is to be ignorant and ask a few questions.”

Yet, in a professional setting, it is not uncommon to hear the phrase, “That’s just the way things are done around here,” when someone expresses curiosity. Some consider curiosity an annoying trait and label those who tend to question as being too intrusive, obstinate, and even naysayers. The truth is, the way the business field is evolving, innovation is key, and without curiosity, there is no innovation.

Curiosity can get you in trouble, but so what?

Click here to read on – Challenge orthodoxy if you want innovation and success

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Collaboration, in its myriad forms, is taking shape around us day in and day out. With global game-upending innovations, the future of business is forever on a path that cannot do without an intelligent and urgent shift to brilliance and collaboration. But uniting a team for collaboration and creativity is a bit of trick, since each person is wearing a different hat, with differing worldview, work ethic, and personal motivations. Marketing, sales, human resources, and accounting departments are full of employees who each have different values and reasons for earning success and money for the company — and for themselves. C-level executives tell me all the time, “We have the best-of-breed experts in their fields. Knockdown experts. But they cannot form themselves into a team.” Here are four tips to create a team that collaborates and produces results:

Pick your best talent

Whether you are managing a soccer team or a food franchise, you need your best talent. Each player has a capacity for brilliance, however, some abilities may as well be shrouded in sheep’s wool for all you can see on the surface. As the leader, get to know your team members’ strengths and blind spots. Sure, the star player is the obvious pick, but consider that business success is never achieved by one person. The quieter members of your team often do the heavy lifting. Make sure you know who they are. Read the rest by clicking here - Stop being polite and other ways to create a truly collaborative team

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