Have you been following the news recently? Did you read about the apparent “whacking” of the former Citigroup boss who was presented with his resignation letter by the Chairman which has been described as a Machiavellian power grab? Or did you hear about how UBS traders were locked out of their offices last week as part of a cull of 10,000 staff? Or the fact that Cynthia Carroll has now departed from her role as CEO at Anglo American leaving only two female CEO’s in the FTSE 100?
Not many women enjoy power politics because women generally have a wider life view than that required to run a large corporation. By that I mean wider values. Carroll’s reforming zeal put backs up at Anglo American and few will thank her for improving Anglo’s safety and environmental record.
So in the midst of all of this, how on earth do you decide who are you and what you stand for? On the 6 Distinctions of Highly Successful Women seminar we use Stephen Covey’s famous funeral excercise to unearth our deepest values. It can be quite emotional but it has been getting transformative results for over a decade. It is beyond executive coaching. It is brave and not for the feint hearted.
The reason that this intervention works is because it goes beyond our stories by bypassing the conscious mind. Old memories are stored in our brains and they create future judgments which lead to actions and habits and ultimately your destiny. If you have little money, no love, rare success, fleeting fulfillment or lack of anything it is because you haven’t re-wired your mind in a way that aligns with your values. This isn’t a logical process and it wont make sense to you but a decade of results speak for themselves.
If you are confused and feel that you don’t know what to hold onto then please come. If you are frightened to embrace change at home or at work then please come. If you want to go beyond the storm then we have the boat that will guide you safely to the shore of your choice. Register here now, or if you simply wish to know the next strategy for success than come join us for some fun!
“To live is to choose. But to choose well, you must know who you are and what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there.”