This month, Jon’s article, Four Daily Practices To Prepare For The Unknown, is featured in the Denha & Associates, PLLC Blog.
It’s okay if you’ve started losing a grip on your shiny New Years’ Resolutions. Instead of starting the year with something new, try grounding your day in a practice that is more likely to set you up for future business wins.
During the pandemic, the ability to pivot and adapt were well rewarded, but we need to build on those skills. To increase your success, try adding these four aspects to your day: broaden your knowledge, investigate technology, improve communication skills and self-reflect. Commitment is key to this undertaking.
Let’s face it — we can control only a few things in our lives. One is how we feel; another is how we spend our time. Block out time on your calendar to ensure you engage with these subjects and, over time, you’ll feel stronger and more resilient.