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Are You the Cause of the Problem?

Problems and challenging situations are inevitable. That is true for your professional as well as for your personal life. The question is how you deal with the challenges effectively.

A typical human reaction to difficult situations is to blame other people. Often we see ourselves as victims of the circumstances. But is that true? In most cases it is not.
In any unpleasant situation you have to ask yourself first: in how far am I part of the problem? What part of the problem am I causing myself? And as inconvenient as it may be, we have to be brutally honest with the answer.

What is the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)?

The MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®) is the most powerful personality instrument to enhance leadership capabilities, improve communication, and boost team effectiveness. MBTI® looks at four dichotomies: direction of energy, perception, decision making, and life orientation. This results in sixteen basic personality types. Understanding your personality and how you are different from others helps you lead people to success as well as to grow personally & professionally.

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Achieve More by Targeting Less

Organizational complicatedness has risen by a factor of 35 since 1955 according to the Harvard Business Review.
If you too spend more time reporting KPIs rather than achieving them, here’s the way out: get the big picture first, then focus on less. Identify the critical few success factors to achieve your organizations’s overall goal, and focus on these consistently.
To make your way effectively thorough the jungle of performance targets, simply keep the three keys to success in mind: Direction, Focus and Execution! Once you do this consistently you will be amazed how success will trigger even more success.

Leadership of Self and Others in Crisis

As the saying goes, you cannot prevent the pain, but suffering is optional. Here’s how to lead yourself and others through crisis:
1. You cannot control the events in your life. But you can control how you respond to them. Ask yourself these two empowering questions: What can I learn from this? How can I turn this around?
2. You get what you focus on. So focus on the solution, not the problem.
3. Be a role model and lead your team. In order to lead your team, you have to lead yourself first and not give in to your worries and negative emotions. Create empowering beliefs, self-confidence, and know that you can handle the situation.

You Have to Remain Persistent in Tough Times to Be Successful

Last week Germany lost their greatest humorist Vicco von Bülow aka Loriot. What many don’t know is that before Loriot became so successful, he struggled to pay the rent for his apartment. No other skill distinguishes truly successful people from the rest more dramatically than persistence. In order to succeed, you have to remain persistent in the tough times. Believe in your dream and keep going!