How do world-leading thinkers and doers become great? Well, they don’t hack their way to greatness. Our culture is obsessed with tips, tricks, and shortcuts. In many respects, it’s human nature. We want to find the shortest line from point A to point B. We don’t punch an address into WAZE and ask for
Friday, February 14, 2020 by Jaime Davern
Our mission at Compete to Create is to help people find their best. One essential part of that process is helping people figure out their personal philosophy. Historically, think back to Mother Teresa, Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and other impactful cultural leaders. They all have very clear personal philosophies. THEIR THOUGHTS, WORDS, AND
WHAT EXACTLY IS CULTURE? It’s anything and everything about a space, team, group, city or nation. It’s how people treat each other, the hallway conversations, language used, eye contact and laughter shared. It’s always there and always having an impact, whether we’re aware of it or not. The tiny lessons it teaches about potential, skill,
First things first, ask yourself, “do I have a personal philosophy”. More than likely, you do– whether you can effectively articulate it yet, or not. We all have a personal philosophy, or a way about ourselves that gives us some degree of clarity and direction throughout our daily lives. Creating a personal philosophy, understanding how
Friday, November 08, 2019 by Alex Wood
It’s a process we’re all going through all the time - through setbacks and trauma or awareness and introspection - what are you working towards and how are you showing up daily?