IN THIS EPISODE
Abigale poses many question to Traci around, What is the why behind the work you do?
What you consider to be your zone of genius? Bring Strategy and Execution together. Integrating both Strategy and Execution into the work I do with my clients. According to a research published in Harvard Business Review, only 8% of consultants can create strategy and execute the deployment of the strategy.
What is the one thing you wish you knew then that you know now?
How to say No. No is complete sentence. That it is ok to say no. That no can lead to yes in ways you never thought possible.
What would you congratulate yourself for now? Really learning the benefit of putting things on the pause button. Putting a decision on hold until you get clear with your head, heart and gut.
Current passion projects you’re working on? PODCASTING! It is clearly the next evolution of radio. I love the ability for podcasting to give you the opportunity to change the conversation.
How do you cultivate your champion mindset when you are faced with challenges? Trust the process. You are going to have detours and obstacles and most times these are put in your path lead to the place you need to going.
Hints and tips for harnessing more energy for busy executives and entrepreneurs?
You know your own truth. Allow yourself to practice your truth you can take advantage of the resources that are out there to help you make incremental steps for change.
Favorite personal development book? One Personal The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron seeing change thru creative exercises. Creativity gives you solutions for strategy. The second The 7 habits of highly successful people by Stephen Covey
Be mindful of your energy getting depleted before you are on empty.
It is ok to say no. That no can lead to yes in ways you never thought possible.
You don’t have to wait to be great to start. But if you start you will be great.
It is ok to say no. That one no can lead to yes in ways you never thought possible.
When you learn to say no you know you have learned your boundaries.
Harvard Business Review Article – Only 8% of Leaders Are Good at Both Strategy and Execution