Millennials in the Workforce and Much More
Ismail Kadyrov, of The Life according to ISH, a young individual striving for self development, while being on a journey continuously serving the world.
Ismail believes in the motto, Kaizen. From Japanese, it translates to continuous improvement of working practices. Every morning, he wakes up and establishes the goals that he would
like to achieve, then attacks them with intense action.
In this episode, Jon and Ismail Kadyrov discuss:
- The ups and downs that Ismail has faced
- How to prioritize
- What holds people back
- Giving to others to benefit on a personal level
Key Takeaways and Actionable Success Principles:
- There are stages that people need to go through to move through hard experiences
- Empathy and compassion play a huge role in serving others in dark times
- The first step to improving your life is solidifying your morning ritual — take care of yourself and be aware of what you’re putting in your body
- How you use social media should all be based on your target audience and where they focus most of their attention
“If I’m developing every single day and I’m striving to become the best version of myself every single day, then I know I’m on the right path.” — Ismail Kadyrov
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Show notes by show producer: Anna Nygren
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*E – explicit language may be used in this podcast.