When entrepreneur Kevin Kruse set out to learn the secrets to success of 200 of the most productive individuals in the US, more than half of their rules of engagement tied back to Being. While you may be thinking that “Being” is passive, think again. It’s a practice that must be put into action. From using a notebook to living your day “minute by minute,” the practices that make up what it means “to be” are also practices that increase how much you accomplish and how fulfilled you feel by your accomplishments.
|Select one of the 15 practices from Kruse’s piece to introduce into your day. Set an Intention to continue this practice regularly for three work weeks. After the three-week experiment, reflect back on the weeks and see what you gained from adopting a new way to be in the workplace. Introduce the idea to your team members.|