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If you’re too comfortable you’re doing it wrong (AmyKism #47)

What if I told you that a single 20-minute meeting has the power to reset the tone & trajectory for your personal and professional success?

That what you decide to ask RIGHT NOW will be the biggest differentiator between leaders who achieve massive success (in record-breaking time)…

…and those who beat their heads against the wall whilst wailing and whining?! [there’s some serious w alliteration!]

And since we all want to belong in the first group, it’s critical that we nail down our kick-ass, awesomely bodacious and brilliant leadership-skills.

So go ask your team: What, my sweet peeps, do you need from me… NOW? How can I be a better leader for you?

It might be a bit awkward hearing their feedback. Do. It. Anyway.

Watch AmyKism #47 and find out why getting a skosh uncomfortable is a great way to propel you & your peeps forward faster!


 




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