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5 Keys to Success…

What do you think of my new logo? It’s for my coaching business my team and I are putting together and getting ready to launch, soon and praying for sooner than later. I am falling in love with all our changes with our new programs for my coaching clients. Stay tuned for developments on our Instagram page FIT_feminineintelligenttough  as well.  So as a part of this I thought I would share what and how I do things to keep organized, and be where I am at today. I get asked numerous times on what it takes to be successful. My secret? Here are some of my rituals I live by.

I am not perfect, perfect is boring and here are points down below that I struggle with from the past. BEING ON TIME. I work on this in every part of my daily routine. Even showing up to the dinner table on time with everyone else is a work in progress! LOL

1) Be on time. 

In fact, arrive early for appointments and meetings. Plan time milestones in your daily schedule that tell you when to begin transferring to an appointment. That is, note when you will stop working on a task, begin collecting resource materials, and start traveling. Allow time for delays in travel, especially if driving. Consider: The fastest way to destroy people’s trust in you is to waste their time.

2) Communicate with others. 

Answer your phone and return phone calls. Listen carefully and completely when people talk to you. Show an interest in others before talking about yourself. When making phone calls devote all of your attention to what the other person is saying (instead of time sharing with other tasks, such as checking email or playing computer games). Phone others only when you can devote full attention to what the other person is saying. Consider: ignoring people is rude and unprofessional.

3) Plan projects. 

For example, always prepare an agenda for meetings. Contact key participants before the meeting to hear their views, solicit suggestions for agenda items, and coach them on how to prepare for the meeting. Send agendas far enough before the meeting so that people have time to prepare. Consider: Bad meetings demonstrate an inability to provide leadership.

4) Be courteous. 

Find the good in everyone. Compliment others. Avoid starting or listening to gossip. Never ridicule, insult, or make fun of other people. Use positive words, always speaking about what you want and how you want things to be. Avoid suggesting motives or assigning judgments for other people’s actions and views. Consider: Discourtesy damages all relationships.

5) Help others. 

Be a mentor for newcomers. Share ideas. Teach people skills that will help them excel. Work with a spirit of abundance. Seek win/win results. Let others speak first, even on issues where you are an expert. Give first without attaching a receipt for return favors. Consider: Selfish people end up working harder.

I use to be this… and sometimes I may find myself slipping back into it as my day, weeks, months get more hectic. So I ALWAYS revert back to my 5 basics. We are all human and a little bumpy roads actually keeps me on track.