How do you talk about what you are good at doing? Does it sound like a list of your educational accomplishments? Do you share the last three job titles you have? Does some answer come out as you look awkwardly at the floor?
The challenge – making the journey for wisdom a habit and not just something you do once and then just put your head down and work for the next 10 years.
Not sure what this Journey looks like? Read the book Mastery by George Leonard or LinchPin by Seth Godin
Are you stuck with thinking of yourself as a degree or a role? Buy the book Strengthsfinder 2.o by Tom Rath and take the assessment.
What are the key things I need to understand about myself? Take a look at my trUYou™ model and fill in the boxes. Where are your gaps? How confident are you in the picture it paints?
I was talking to a community organization this week about coming to their area to provide a keynote for a community leadership program. I thought what seeds can I plant in that community to help each individual move it along and initiate some conversations among the people that will keep things going long after I leave. One tool – Strengthsfinder 2.0 and one model – trUYou™ are great ways to begin any journey towards development and performance.
Once we share a language, the conversation becomes more impactful and a learning community is born.
Sound like a great journey?