There's a particular kind of conversation that Strategic Relators are energised by. They're deep and far-reaching… Imaginative and intelligent… Conversations that reflect who you are and the things that are important to you. Perhaps that's like you, or someone you're connected with, at home or at work… Someone who's Strengths lie predominantly in the Strategic … Continue reading The 3 major frustrations of Strategic Relators and how to overcome them.
If you're feeling run down, exhausted or just a little low, take a Power Hour for the Soul. Isn't it amazing how just a little time spent by yourself can reinvigorate, refresh and re-energise you?! If you're energised by ideas, the big picture and how things fit together - taking time to think for yourself is … Continue reading When you need to reinvigorate yourself… in just 60mins
Allow me to introduce you to your Strategic Mind. 5-year old: "What's that?" It’s like a superability you have to make big things happen. 5-year old: "Ok. Go on." It allows you to process information about your environment, resources, obstacles, allies and competitors, and through this data you find a way towards your objective. 5-year … Continue reading The Strategic Mind – Explained for a 5 year old…
For all you perfectionists, 'if you want a job done well, do it yourself' #maximisers out there... The idea of perfection as a holy destination that you can reach... It's just not true. And you know that already… it's that, (uncommon), common sense. But then why doesn't it make a difference? Why is there still that … Continue reading Are you caught in the lie of Perfectionism??
I had the honour of being interviewed by Andy Sokolovich and his co-host Grace LaConte from Unleashing Strengths. They were so energetic and so welcoming and I look forward to sharing with them more in the future. Andy is a rising star of the Strengths movement and Grace is a visionary change management consultant. Check … Continue reading A Thousand Miles an Hour – An interview with Khalil
If it’s happening in your your mind then it’s happening in your body. If your daily life involves solving problems and making decisions, #strategicthinking, then your body is going to be buzzing with electrical activity. If your professional contribution is about ideas, then it going to be important that those ideas keep flowing. You’ll know that thinking is a type of work, it’s the way you deliver value. But it comes at a price… Thinking is a high burn activity. It takes energy to be inspired. And if you work in a high stress environment then you run the risk of joining the burnout epidemic. There’s a simple habit that addresses the multiplicity of these issues… Grounding.