It’s Women on Wednesday on The Dana Barrett Show! CEO and founder of AIM Leadership, Camille Preston phoned in to talk all things “Flow.” Camille explained why it’s important to work smarter, not harder and to always be mindful.
Athletes push the limits every day. We push ourselves to run faster and farther. We lift more weights. We spin longer and harder. We hold new poses. We run, hike, and bike as hard and as far as we can, often on the same day. We try new things, always striving beyond our limits.
Everyone knows that relationships are the key to success. The vast majority of opportunities come from relationships with other people, so it makes sense to cultivate your network. Your network looks much different today than it did five or 10 years ago, and the ways we network and connect have changed tremendously.
Mentoring is a two-way street. I actually do quite a bit of work in the mentoring field–I am a mentor, I have a mentor, and I help train people to be good mentors. Your career is part of your life, and great mentoring changes you deeply, not just the way you work. Here are four tips for mentors and menses alike.
Successful people are people who get things done. How do they get things done? They take risks, they think big, and they make and execute well-thought out plans. There’s something else they do that most people don’t think about: successful people ask for help.