A mistake many high-functioning individuals make is not spending their days aligned with what really matters to them. Interestingly, those interviewed in their last 8-12 weeks of life report it’s their #1 regret. Many never work this out. If you never stop to ask yourself what really matters to you, you’ll unconsciously organize your life around things that matter to bosses, parents, mentors, and culture as a whole. In this episode I discuss why and how to avoid this mistake with a two-step exercise that will leave you 100% clear-minded of your fulfilling work and life over the next 10-20 years. >>Download the companion piece to this episode by clicking here <<
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About Rita Hyland
With over 20 years of experience as an executive and leadership coach, Rita helps leaders — emerging and established — excel in corporate and entrepreneurial environments.
Rita believes if leaders were more clear about how transformation really works and more intentional about creating what they want, their impact, success, and influence in the world would be unstoppable.
Through her coaching programs, private coaching, and masterminds, Rita shows leaders how to win consistently and create the impact and legacy they desire.
Central to Rita’s work is the understanding that you will never outperform your current programming, no matter how strong your willpower.
When you learn to use Rita’s proprietary Neuroleadership Growth Code, a technology which uses the best of neuroscience and transformational psychology to hit the brain’s buttons for change, YOU become both the solution and the strategy.
Her mission is to end talented, hard-working, and self-aware leaders spending another day stuck in self-doubt or confusion and not contributing their brilliant work and talent the world so desperately needs.