Energy Management. A Critical Factor In Our Leadership Style Oct 19, 2021

Our employees take much more than guidance and instructions from us; they also perceive and get affected by our energy. Whether we are conscious about it or not, our interactions with our teams can be either energy draining or energizing. However, we can have a couple of things in mind to...

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Our Leadership Might Be Good, But It Can Be Better with Executive Coaching Oct 12, 2021

For a very long time, visiting a psychologist or a therapist was seen as a sign of madness, mental weakness, or worse. It took time until people realized that one thing had nothing to do with the other. With executive coaching, it happens something similar. Many people believe that a leader...

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Quarterly Review. A Tactical Stop Before The Last Sprint of The Year Oct 05, 2021

All of us have new year resolutions, and, depending on the statistic we look at, we'll find that half of them or even more are abandoned and forgotten. The end of a cycle and the beginning of a new one are attached to emotional components that compel us to set goals and plan big changes. The...

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The Secrets of Leadership Hypertrophy with Travis Hoopes Sep 28, 2021

When we see a successful leader, it is common to forget about the challenges they overcame to get to that refined point of leadership. What we see in those cases is the final result of a process that perhaps lasted for years or even decades. 

In this episode, I'm joined by a frequent...

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Enhancing Our Leadership Skills by Spending Quality Time with Ourselves Sep 21, 2021

Spending more time with our co-workers than with our families is some sort of universal truth applicable to almost every country in the world. In some cases, this statement might lead to a distorted meaning of our work's purpose, which is supporting our lives in whatever we choose to do with...

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The Mirror that Points Directly at Our Blind Spot Sep 14, 2021

Blind spots are something every person behind the wheel learned to deal with. We can't escape the fact that even though we maximize the precautions, they are there and represent great danger. Still, apart from being dangerous, the concept of blind spots fascinates me. Thinking about massive...

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Vulnerability, The First Step For A Solid and Steady Leadership Sep 07, 2021

Vulnerability is often associated with weakness when in reality, it is quite the opposite. From a leadership perspective, showing vulnerability could encourage people to be more open about their own struggles and find quicker and more effective solutions. 

Today, I have the pleasure of...

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Convincing the Fear To Help Us Look For More Cheese Aug 31, 2021

Today's episode was inspired by Spencer Johnson's excellent book, Who Moved My Cheese? The book's parable perfectly fits the current situation in the world, where changes no one predicted put everyone's lives upside down. 

In this episode, we talk about change, fear of the unknown,...

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Shaking the Pollen Out of Our Comfort Zone Aug 24, 2021

Adaptability is one of the main attributes of human beings; the ability to adapt and overcome virtually any challenge imposed by nature is one of the main reasons we still walk the earth. But the evolution, the growth is not free; there is a price to pay for it. We can either pay with suffering...

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Writing Braver and More Inspiring Happy Endings Aug 17, 2021

Storytelling is as old as humankind; people would tell stories to entertain, deceive, or explain things that happened, amongst many other reasons. With time, people created legends; these stories were passed down from generation to generation to teach and inspire others. These stories would...

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An Apple On Miss Dinning’s Desk Aug 10, 2021

This week, as I saw my kids getting ready to go back to school, I caught myself thinking about the imminent routine changes we'll experience at home. I believe it is an excellent opportunity to surf on those changes' momentum and make adjustments in other areas of our lives. It is also a great...

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Absolutes, something to always be aware of Aug 03, 2021

There are things we say that might look harmless, but they are not. The incorrect use of absolutes is one of them. Words like never, always, or none tend to trigger an automatic defensive attitude, undoubtedly not beneficial, and in many cases, destructive. 

In this episode, we talk about...

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