Hello Monday my old friend
Have you ever worked under bad management? So bad that it made you quit? Maybe they were unorganized, ineffective at leading a group, or just plain demeaning. Regardless, you probably know how horrible it feels to work for a bad boss.⠀
According to a Gallup study, 50 percent of employees said they had quit at some point in their careers due to bad management. Not only is that statistic upsettingly high; it also begs the question: just why are there so many horrible bosses? ⠀
As an entrepreneur, you're either leading a team already, or will ultimately have to somewhere down the road. You may have worries about how to be an effective leader, and you may be wondering how to avoid some of the same mistakes your bosses made in your past. Here are some tips: ⠀
1. Make sure to give credit to the employees that deserve it, if you don't, they won't feel appreciated or valued. ⠀
2. Build people up instead of bring them down, even if they mess up. Act as a mentor––help those employees feel that they can learn from you, rather then fearful to mess up around you. ⠀
3. Keep constructive criticism in mind, even if it's from one of your employees. We are all always learning, and that means staying aware of your short-comings so you can work on improving how you treat others. ⠀
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YOU have the power to maintain the energy in and around you!
Let’s start the week off commanding and respecting all of your space and energy. Happy Monday!
Above the east horizon,
The great red flower of the dawn
Opens slowly, petal by petal;
The trees emerge from darkness
With ghostly silver leaves,
Now consciousness emerges
Reluctantly out of tides of sleep;
Finding with cold surprise
No strange new thing to match its dreams,
But merely the familiar shapes
Of bedpost, window-pane, and wall.
Within the city,
The streets which were the last to fall to sleep,
Hold yet stale fragments of the night.
Sleep oozes out of stagnant ash-barrels,
Sleep drowses over litter in the streets.
Sleep nods upon the milkcans by back doors.
And, in shut rooms,
Behind the lowered window-blinds,
Drawn white faces unwittingly flout the day.
But, at the edges of the city,
Sleep is already washed away;
Light filters through the moist green leaves,
It runs into the cups of flowers,
It leaps in sparks through drops of dew,
It whirls against the window-panes
With waking birds;
Blinds are rolled up and chimneys smoke,
Feet clatter past in silent paths,
And down white vanishing ways of steel,
A dozen railway trains converge
Upon night’s stronghold.
- John Gould Fletcher, Dawn
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I’m so excited to share another episode in my Movers & Shakers series, where I feature amazing people who are making a huge impact in not only their lives but the lives of others.
This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with a friend and former client, @rjonrobins
, CEO and founder of How To Manage Enterprises.
In 2016, his company @howtomanageasmalllawfirm
How to Manage a Small Law Firm was named by @incmagazine
as one of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the country. THE fastest in the category of helping small law firm owners kick-butt and build better law firms. 🙌🏻🙌🏻 But...in 2008 RJon Robins lost pretty much everything.
In this episode you’ll learn:
➡️How an illness in RJon’s family led to financial struggles in his growing business
➡️How his experience with The Art of Success program led him to give David his last dime to coach with him and get him back on track
➡️How getting past the pain of taking responsibility for his actions led to a major breakthrough in his company 10x the scale
Use the #linkinbio
📲💻 to listen to the full episode!
We think we need to accomplish things in order for love to be present within us, and yet once love is present within us accomplishment flows effortlessly. We have it exactly backwards.
But how to allow love to arise from within?
Three ways: ..
- offer it to others ..
- recognize it's coming from the earth all around you. I mean plantlife literally recycles carbon monoxide in an act of generosity that allows you to breathe ..
-find compassion for the suffering and exhausted parts of yourself and be willing to hold them in the space of your awareness for a while
The first one is easiest. But we need all three. If you want a real glimpse at what I mean, check out my six week online course that starts next week: UNSTUCK. Link in my bio or www.ralphdelarosa.com/online
#natureporn #travel #traumarecovery #sayyestolife #livingonpurpose #mindfullife #meditation #selfhealing #shadowwork #selflove #growthmindset #lookinside #author #authorsofinstagram #psychotherapist #nofilter
🌷i'm an INFJ.
i'm incredibly connected to my mind + body through years of deep, sometimes really agonizing work. i'm a scrappy entrepreneur that knows her strengths + weaknesses, and how to manage them to excel at work. i know what makes me feel fulfilled and I know the things I cannot tolerate that will drain me.
while I've worked so hard to reach this more enlightened place, I'm realizing that the security in knowing oneself like this can also be dangerously self-limiting.
lately, a lot of my beliefs about myself have been challenged-- in really good, but difficult ways.
while I know that I usually prefer quiet nights in and need my recharge time, I am realizing this can stick me into a comfortable pattern. I realize that it's not good to stay in the comforts of what I'm most compatible with, ALL of the time. it's stunting. I learn and expand my mind the most when I'm confronted with new people or unexpected situations when I lean IN, rather than immediately saying, "this is so not my scene," and concluding it at that. it can be not my scene, but I can still lean in and see how that affects me. some of the best times in my life have come from situations that I could have easily dismissed as "not for me." it's important that your self dialogue not end there.
this is why life is about ebbs and flows, and is NOT about trying to maintain perfect equilibrium🌊if you hold tight to equilibrium, you sacrifice the opportunities to expand in the highest peak of waves and to learn the lessons of the crashes of them.
my point is this-- it's imperative to know yourself, and respect your limits. but it's equally as imperative to try to not use those limits to limit yourself ALL of the time.
hope you all take this mindset into this week with you to forge some new ground☺️❤️ happy monday, fam!
This pretty much my daily mantra... because I need the reminder in an effort to break the habit of subconsciously avoiding the edges that exist everywhere.
Been a very exhausting weeks still but interesting. I came to point where I realized me & my work, we kinda have a love-hate relationship where we can’t separated. I have seen someone being overly excited and made me laugh. Had been annoyed with someone so long and learnt to let it go made me became more tranquil. Had been hard on myself for not being sufficient made me traumatized. Have seen a positive change in my attitude made me finally soooo happy - 28th is a wonderful year! x #*%*#%#*%=*##*%*#%#*%=*# 😣😩 .
Whatever let me just rambling lol 💪🏻💪
#lessonlearned #growthmindset #progress #attitude
Part 1. Deadlift Tech -Things to Think About when Deadlifting. Use a light load when working on tech. Always technique first. Once you can make the correct shapes and hold the position, then you can progressively load. You can also use Kettlebells, trap bar/hex bar or Dumbbells for assistance tools.
1. Start position: Shins touch bar, feet shoulder width apart. 🏋🏽♀️
2. Push chest out, pull shoulder blades back. Hold the position and bend your knees and squat down.
Grip the bar, choose the grip which is most comfortable for you. I always use the hook grip.
3. Arms should be kept long, elbows locked out. Knuckles point to the floor to keep wrists in neutral. This helps maintain scap /shoulder position, you can lift more. A neutral wrist position decreases risk of elbow tendinitis / overworking forearm muscles.
4. Push knees out against your forearms to create torque. Hip rotators are turned out, you can feel the outside of your butt engage and connect more, plus hammies. This takes any slackness out of your system.
5. Posture: A straight back should be maintained with a lumbar curve. Shouldn't be a table, create an angle. Shoulders should be pulled back, the whole of the chest visible from the front.
Head: Looking straight forward or up towards the ceiling.
6. Breathe in, push belly out, create a belly balloon. Expand front, sides (hips and pelvis) and back. Push knees out against forearms. Pull on the bar. Drive with the legs, push feet through the floor and lead with the chest.
Everything should come up at the same time. This means angle between back and hips stays the same as in start position.
Part II to follow tomorrow.......