A job title is part of someone’s career goals, but it’s not the whole picture.
If failure means not getting what you want, and letting fear stop you from pursuing what you desire, also leads to not getting what you want, isn’t that failure too?
Knowledge and intention without implementation are worthless. When higher ed. administrators don’t walk the talk, the issue is…
But there is one critical type of goal people often forget to focus on and that’s personal development goals.
People pleasers typically lack boundaries and have a hard time saying no. They tend to put other people’s desires before their own which causes them excessive workloads and too many sacrifices.
The reason they aren’t as inspirational as they would like is because of something they do and need to stop doing. Many of these behaviors are related to an excessive need for certainty, safety, and predictability.
Did you know that humans have 60,000 to 70,000 thoughts per day and around 90% of these thoughts are the same as they had the previous day? It is because neurons that fire together wire together.
Would you agree that it is essential for leaders in higher education to listen actively and to be open to new ideas and different perspectives?