Results & Relationships

Who matters to you and what do they care about?
If you reflect on it you will quickly see results that matter to them. Results that open doors, eyes and opportunitites for them.

What are you going to do now that you see it?

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Are you making space for restorative hobbies? Someting just for you.
It affects your professional behaviour more than you know.

Also - are sometimes making your professional behaviour mixed up with your hobby, forgetting that as a professional its not about you. Its now about what you let OTHERS get from engaging with your work.

Whenever I get into imposters syndrome I've mixed these two up.
I've made it about me too much, whenever I remind myself of those I'm really doing this for (others) its suddenly easeir to do that hard work again.

Let yourself have hobbies, and also let your hobby be part of you work.
Just dont let it get in the way of actually leveling up in a way that serves your people better.

And most importantly. Let yourself have space for hobbies that is just for you and friends without a "meaningful specific" with a deadline, ourcome, point...

Those around you dont need to "get" or understand your hobbie. This is something you do for just you. I believe we all need this.
We all also need to put ourselves on the line for those we care. Thats the professional behaviour that yields results that matter. Its full of state of play, yet lets not mix this up with a hobbie just because we're having fun at work.


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A small mental exercise to see who you want around you and what skills and behaviour you yourself want to bring to their table and thus yours.

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if you dont have time to listen to this eposide the friendly autobot gave us this summary of whats within.

the idea of center points in our lives, visualizing these as circles we create around us, which are indicative of our balance and direction. In any situation, it's important to take responsibility for your center point; if you lose sight of it, you lose balance. Owning your center point means owning your decisions and actions, as well as the resulting effects and emotions.

always, we have multiple center points, representing the different roles and directions we project in life. By firmly embracing your core (visualized here as your left foot), you open up opportunities to help others, expanding your circles and deepening your impact. The right foot, on the other hand, symbolizes empathy for others, specifically the people we aim to assist or serve.

Feedback from others can help refine your center points. However, it's crucial to ensure the feedback is relevant to your context and doesn't disrupt your balance. Furthermore, recognizing the direction and curvature of your path can lead to better navigation of life's complexities.

Ultimately, this understanding and acceptance of your center points, combined with empathy, responsibility, and a willingness to play and adapt, allows for effective navigation through life's challenges. Embrace the intricate dance of life, remaining aware of your center points and your impacts on others. This approach helps build stronger relationships and fosters success, whether in personal or professional spheres.

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