Tweet Amy Gallo writes an long article in Harvard Business Journal about mentoring and she wants to demystifying mentoring for us all. The article is good and therefor I want to put some of it on my blog and also a link to the rest of the article. When people think of mentoring, they often …
Working with a client from unfamiliar industry? Take the time to read up on widget-making or mortgage insurance. You might stumble on some context or history that illuminates the problem at hand.
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Check in with each other once a week about your creative aspirations and how you’re going to achieve them. It adds accountability when those personal goals start slipping to the bottom of your to-do list.
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When you feel stuck, pack up your laptop and head to the park or the corner coffee shop.
An environmental shift might be enough to shake things loose.
Look for someone whose work you admire or who simply excels in a single area where you’d like to expand your skills.
Mentors are a great asset! I would never have reached the levels I am at without a number of mentors. Mentors have made such an impact in my life that I decided to offer mentoring services to companies and people together with one of my mentors, Thor Erik Gulliksen . We do this in Trainifique , as you may already know.
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Some of my readers have asked me where I find my inspiration to blog.
Well, some of it comes from reading book, other blogs.
Some come from traveling, sometimes from my trainings.
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Sign up for a fencing class or master the art of baking puff pastries.
It is amazing how our brain reacts to new impulses.
No matter what you are doing to make a living, chances are you have other interests too.
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