"Money doesn't tell us what we can do. It only tells us what we can and cannot buy." - Raj GavurlaConcept: Adaptability Link
Here are five categories:
Sports, Movies, Clothing, Spirituality, Family
The beauty of communication is being aware each party is filtering the conversation for clarity, best use of time, and interests. Accept the other person doing so to receive results that empower your goals. The teamwork conversation leads to discussion about players mindset and motivation to win. Naturally, we focus on this discussion point. To keep the conversation uncomplicated, it may or may not be best to use the Adaptability Link at this time. It's your decision.What is the Adaptability Link and how and why is it used?
What? An Adaptability Link is a concept to adapt separate categories
How? Find the integration between the categories
Why? Common-sense says our business(es) and lives are interdependent to produce results
Ex: All -Star Lebron James of the Cleveland Caveliers
I'm sure most people enjoy seeing Lebron be more than a basketball player. What's your adaptability link?Please forward to people this may interest.
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This article originally appeared in Empowers your Mindset and Motivation To Win, a free e-zine by motivational and inspirational speaker and author (Winning at Entrepreneurship), Raj Gavurla, an expert in dealing with doubt and growing your team to winning-class. You can subscribe at www.rajgavurla.com.
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