I'm in love with paint right now.
My goals aren't very lofty when it comes to painting this cottage right now: make it look better.
This isn't about the perfect color selection. And it's not about perfect edges or complete uniform coverage. Just let's get it passable and looking not gross. So I can have visitors. And my house guests aren't looking for the emergency exit.
Someone else going to Ace Hardware might be an interior designer finding the perfect color for a client, or a home owner remodeling a dream kitchen, or a person wanting to spice up a room. We all have different goals and intentions when we are looking to buy something.
Every customer, client, colleague or employee has different goal(s) or intention(s) when they talk with you.
The questions is: Do you listen long enough to others to know what that intention or goal is? Do you treat people as individuals with a variety of aspirations?
Everyone is motivated by different things.
Listening for people's concerns, without judgement, can:
To your success,
Do you have a picture or card that you've carried around with you for years because of the meaning it carries for you? You may have taped or pinned it up in different locations even though it's creased or stained with coffee.
I got rid of a heckuva lot of possessions before moving across the United States, but I kept this:
Some people call it vocation, others your life's purpose. Whatever it's called, a thread runs through your career -- in both the positive experiences and the challenging ones. Where are you called to contribute your best skills and talents? Here are some things I've noticed about exploring our calling:
If you'd like to talk with me about your calling and your fulfillment in your career, please schedule some time here.
To your success,