There is something about watching the Super Bowl that makes us all just a little more competitive. Even leading up to the game, the predictions and trash talking between co-workers and friends gives us all something to laugh about. Even in the laughter, it brings out a side of you that starts looking at aspects of your own career in a different way. The game makes you just a little more aggressive and a bit bolder with your opinions in meetings, emails, and conference calls.
Yup, I'm talking about your thoughts, what you say to yourself at those moments your intuition tells you to go but your thoughts tell you to stop. Your thoughts need to be in-line with your career goals and true level of skills you possess. To start your new focused intentional thoughts flowing, let's stop calling them "goals" and instead call them "plans". Goals are an arms length or more away, plans mean there are steps in place to get somewhere. You now have a career plan
Football, depending on the city you grew up in, is more than just an American sport; it is a way of life. I grew up in Pittsburgh, PA which means regardless of where I've lived - Texas, Germany and now Denver - Black & Gold is in my blood. As much as I am proud of all the Super Bowl wins we have, six (6) if you were wondering, it's what leads up to the big game that truly matters. It's all about the win, but how did you get there? This is the same in your career. Yes, you got