Leading Your Life With a Compass, Not a Watch
The clock represents our commitments, our appointments, schedules, goals, activities – what we do with and how we manage our time.
The compass represents our visions, values, principles, mission, direction – what we feel is important and how we lead our lives.
We will discuss the “Victim Trap” and help people become proactive instead of reactive. We focus on what is important, yet does not appear urgent.
Happiness will come from a balance of clock and compass. We have to know how to rad our compass first, before we can manage our time.
"First time I felt the consultant talked at a level of understanding everyone could relate to."
Participants of Maritime Forces Atlantic – Leadership Development Process
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