Congratulations, you’ve been assigned a new team! It might be a temporary thing, or a long term relationship, but it starts today. And today you’ll have to make your first impression, create a team culture from the first team meeting. You want to deliver a pitch that will energize, give a sense of direction and will establish you as a leader. But what is the … Read More
In “Turn the ship around“, Captain David Marquet, explains how he changed the usual military “leader-follower” style of command into a “leader-leader” approach, transforming his nuclear submarine from the worst one in the US navy to the best one, within a year! One key aspect of this transformation is David’s use of 7 questions and sentences, to empower subordinates, enabling more … Read More
Reaching your goals (4 Steps to set your goals) will unlock new opportunities and successes. But how do you integrate your goals into your day to day tasks? By prioritizing, acting or not and making decisions based on your long term objectives, you will transform every task in a step in the right direction and increase dramatically your chances of … Read More
The fear of failure is the reason why the majority of good ideas never become real. This is strange as failing is part of our DNA. Try and fail is how we learn to walk, talk and love. Failing is the natural path toward success. A one year old baby will try and discover things continuously, parents will help and support this … Read More
Improve your life by setting impossible goals! Setting goals will improve your focus, your results and your life. If you’ve tried to set your goals alone, there is a high chance that you still don’t have goals, or you’re ignoring them. I have discovered that setting great goals is a 4 step process that I describe in this post.
You are smarter than you think, but the fear of failing limits your successes. With small steps and some courage you can achieve great improvements and better visibility. Courage comes when you go outside of your comfort zone and this can be done by complicating your life. This post is about courage, trust and discovery.
You have time to study Wake up one hour earlier than the rest of the family (6 am for me), go out running/walking for 45 minutes while listening to an audio-book about something you want to study. This gives 45 minutes of study, 45 minutes of sport and if you buy bread and croissants a great morning breakfast for the family.
We all have expectations, in life, at work and about sleeping. Expectations are at the heart of the most happy moments, and unhappy ones. This post describes three rules to deliver harmoniously a product/service by managing expectations. I am now in the South of France and expect better weather than in London. I hope to see sky without clouds and … Read More