Personal development is the most significant investment you can make for yourself. Take the time, and watch your investment pay off as you improve at what you do.
Our companies, jobs, and work can easily become a part of our identity, and then the company’s fortunes eventually become intertwined with our own.
Following a dream is not easy. If it were, achieving dreams would not be as special. Keep going. Remember why you decided to embark on that path in the first place.
We all procrastinate at one point or another. Getting work done effectively is a matter of setting up all your routines to ensure you are as productive as possible.
As we specialize, we become experts in our fields and deepen our knowledge, but we can also miss out on learning about other areas that can have a significant impact on our companies.
One of the greatest lessons of this situation is that 2020 was a master class on stoicism’s concept of focusing on what we can control.
I could not let the end of this year pass without writing about a significant transition this new year will represent for so many people. 2020 has been a Pandora’s box in many ways. Personally, in Honduras, we had to deal with the pandemic as well as two hurricanes just ten days apart. We had not had such extreme weather in 22 years, and then we got two storms in two weeks. I think that many of us will be happy to start a new page in 2021, but before we do that, let us take a little bit of time to appreciate what we learned from both the good and the bad in 2020.