Coach It & The Self 60
The Self 60 – Professional Development Mind/Set was first compiled as a guide for business school undergraduates to take into account before they entered the business world either through internships or full time jobs.
It serves as a cheat sheet for them to get a quick glance at all of the attributes and habits they should strive to carry with them when they enter the workforce, or any environment, for that matter, where applicable. As has been mentioned before, most times there’s a way to transfer lessons from leadership to your personal life and vice versa.
The Self 60 is a living document, so items are rotated in and out accordingly. That’s what this particular podcast series will do for you.
Take a listen below.
Episode 14: Always Continue Learning
Learning, in any form, keeps your vision clear, your mind sharp, your heart full, and your relationships fulfilling.
Episode 13: Know Your End Game
In order to strategically position and build yourself,
be sure to know what it is you want in the end.
Episode 12: Be Proud
A great start toward your definition of success
is building pride in who you are and what you can do.
Episode 11: Face Your Fears
You can’t build forward off your true potential
if you don’t face what scares you.
Episode 10: Be Courteous
It’s incredible what “old-school” respect and manners can achieve.
Episode 9: Be The Change You Want To See
If you note something of value is missing in your environment,
be that value yourself.
Episode 8: Keep An Open Mind
Be open to everything — tools, information,
and resources — in your environment.
Episode 7: Keep Your Word
Always follow through and do what you say you’re going to do.
Set yourself apart.
Episode 6: Keep It Professional
Make sure you get the job done. Work hard, play hard.
Episode 5: Leave It Better Than You Found It
Everything you touch should be improved by the value you can provide.
Episode 4: Avoid Groupthink
Don’t just go along with the crowd.
You have more to offer than just agreement.
Episode 3: Own Your Development & Path
The ultimate responsibility for your betterment is yours and no one else’s.
Episode 2: Always Continue Evolving
Make sure you don’t stop getting better.
Don’t stand still. Keep improving. Keep going.
Episode 1: Practice the Golden Rule
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you…to start.
Episode 0: Introduction to Coach It Out & The Self 60
Here’s what the podcast series is all about.
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