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Monica Wofford, CSP, teaches leaders to understand and improve their own leadership in using practice, skills, and desire as their three areas of focus.

Are you your own best barrier?

People just don’t follow complicated steps as much as they used to, so let’s keep this simple. To get out of your own way, try the following:

1.       Pay attention

2.       Be more aware

3.       Stop being oblivious

4.       Discontinue believing that no one’s watching (or videoing) every move you make

5.       Focus on what you want

6.       Pay attention

7.       Stop whining

See there. Simple. The truth is, no matter our role, our job, our life or our lifestyle, most of us know what we want and what we need to do to get there or at least what questions to ask to find out. The barrier crops up when we’d rather whine about it and ain’t it awfulize it instead of doing something about it. And yes, it really is just that simple. 😀

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