Tag Archives: performance

Coach’s Tip: Change

The one constant in life is change.  Gain control over when and how you change, and you gain control over your success.      

The Mindful Manager Update 88: Mindful Managers

Mindful Managers require PERFORMANCE. PERFORMANCE serves STRATEGY. STRATEGY serves the ARROW OF TIME. The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my other works: Life Zones,  Psychological Fitness,  and Going Sane.   

The Mindful Manager Update 53: Systems Thinkers 5

Systems Thinkers 5 – Systems thinkers know FLUID structures REQUIRE PERSONAL EXCELLENCE, COACHING and RELATIONSHIPS.   The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my other works: Life Zones,  Psychological Fitness,  and Going Sane. 

The Mindful Manager Update 31: Teams

Teams 1 – TEAMS share the same BIG PICTURE. TEAMS use the ARROW OF TIME for SUCCESS and PERSONAL MASTERY. TEAMS compete by striving for the efficient use of TIME. TEAMS take on a life. LIFE enriches everyone on the TEAM. TEAMS get rid of QUITTERS and REACTORS quickly. The Mindful Manager offers simple tools […]

The Mindful Manager Update 30: Coaching 7

The Mindful Manager Update 30:   Coaching 7 Coaching 7 – Mindful Mangers create TEAMS. TEAMS require PERSONAL EXCELLENCE.   The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my other works: Life Zones,  Psychological Fitness,  and Going Sane.   

Coach’s Tip: Command and Control Management is OVER

The Internet and social media connects employees outside of the company. Command and control management is OVER. This is a GOOD thing.

Coach’s Tip: Fear and Anger

The Mindful Managers learns that anger and fear are continuous. Learning to control them one of secrets to success.

The Mindful Manager Update 28: Coaching 5

Coaching drives players to personal mastery. Personal mastery replaces coaching with vision. A coach is NOT a vision. Vision emerges from within a player.

Coach’s Tip: 5 Keys to Business Success

Learn systems thinking or have your thinking done for you.

Coach’s Tip: Is versus Will

Adapting to what is leads to failure. Change is constant. Change drives what will be.