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can see the fires reflection in this piece in a couple of my photos, chilly and windy day, perfectly spent inside 💙 happy monday x
Happy father’s day! ❤️🥇🧔🏻@giovannihager love you not just because you are smart, handsome and hardworking but because you have giving the best gifts ever! thank you for being the best daddy these girls could ever have! we love you! ❤️👩🏻👧🏻👶🏻❤️#happyfathersday
Not sure if you can tell, but i really love bad puns. that’s just how eye roll. 😆 happy father’s day to all the dads out there! ⠀
my dad is selfless, loves finding ways to make me laugh, and has always been right beside me cheering me on toward my goals and big dreams. my dad is an entrepreneur, and even though i never saw this life for myself also, i am so thankful to have a front row seat to learn from him. not only is he an amazing dad, but i also like to think he’s my own personal biz coach too! 😉 here’s two tokens of advice from my dad that i think i heard 999 times growing up: ⠀
1️⃣ poor preparation leads to poor performance.⠀
2️⃣ don’t put off tomorrow what you can do today.⠀
"being humble does not mean to think less of yourself, but to think of yourself less..." at a workshop this weekend a woman in a very senior management position mentioned that she struggles to do her job as a manager and remain loyal to her values of being a humble person.
my perspective is that i see a lot of people mistaking being humble with being passive! “i can’t do that because it’s not humble” “i can’t say that because it’s not humble”. "i can't reprimand my staff because it's not humble" "i can't assert myself in the boardroom because it's not humble"
in a group i belong to, the topic of being humble came up. it comes up often in coaching sessions too so i thought i would bring the conversation here.
these are my thoughts:
humility has nothing to do with being passive or unassertive or meek or weak!
being humble for me means having a moral compass, knowing your boundaries, not claiming other people’s achievements as your own, having strong relationships and putting relationships ahead of the transaction, seeing life as a journey, giving credit where it is due.
it does not mean not standing up for yourself, not asking for what you are work, not having boundaries, not being assertive!
i think we can and should be humble.
but we should not play small.
being humble is not about belittling ourselves. being humble is behaving in a way where we don’t spend all our time thinking about ourselves and instead think about others.