Have you ever felt like giving up, but decided to hold on for just one more day and ended up achieving success? You must have felt an immense sense of satisfaction when you finally accomplished your goal, right? Let’s focus on those three words that kept you going: “one more day.”
Did you know that the human body sends 11 million bits per second to our brain for processing and yet, our conscious mind can only process 50 bits per second?
This means that in our daily life, we have a lot of things going on at the same time, but then, only a small part of these can be processed to get our mind’s attention.
The second Masterclass session for the month of February started with CTO and Founder, Matt Kesby, asking the question, “How do you set your goals?”
As a leader, do you want to guide your team towards peak performance? Learn how to create an environment that fosters the flow state. Discover the importance of concentration, mindfulness, and meaningful work, and how to implement them in your team’s daily routine. Find out how to overcome challenges, accomplish goals, and gain confidence through the power of flow. Start facilitating flow and reaching new levels of success for your business today.
What’s the best way to show your work tribe you love them and what they do? Start by discovering what their primary love language is, then follow through by being other-centered.
Extraordinary action is the call of 2020. It’s what will lift businesses and their communities so they grow stronger and create more jobs locally after the COVID-19 pandemic. But how do we make extraordinary action possible amid uncertainty, worry, or fear? Our GoTeam (Formerly GO-VA) Founder Matt Kesby shares some powerful ideas in this episode of All In!
What do businesses need to change, now that nearly everyone works from home most of the time? How do you build a remarkable work culture online? Our CEO Fiona Kesby shares some battle-tested ideas in Part 2 of The GoTeam Philippines Story.
And how have you prepared your business and your global teams to achieve them?
An effective brainstorming session is like a house. Without a good framework or structure to build it on, it falls apart.