Jan 29, 2020
Have you ever considered how
your boundaries may impact how successful you are professionally?
I’ve always been interested in the intersection of boundaries and
business, but I’ve been digging even deeper into the topic recently
as I’ve added a few people to my team. Inspired by what I've
observed during this process, I'm excited to share today six ways
your boundaries make you more successful!
Biggest Takeaways From Episode #80:
time to time, reflect on what success means to you. Try to separate
your own views and beliefs from what you hear from the media or the
culture, and create your own definition of success.
of us are truly passionate about and highly skilled in just one to
three areas. If you’re not clear about what you love to do or your
strengths, you probably won’t experience much success. When you
focus on your superpowers, though, you can almost always guarantee
- Boundaries can help you figure out how you want
to spend your time, meet deadlines, overdeliver, become more
hireable, create confidence in others, and be selective about how
you spend your time. All of these can help you become more
Highlights from Episode #80:
- Welcome to episode 80! Vicki
asks listeners an important and thought-provoking question.
- Vicki points out that we need
to define “success” before talking about success and boundaries.
- You never know how much
influence you might have on the people around you, or even the
world. Vicki shares a personal example of this. [08:48]
- Vicki talks about the first of
the six ways that boundaries can supercharge your success.
- We learn the second and third
ways that boundaries can make you more successful.
- The fourth way that boundaries
impact your success involves having clear guidelines for yourself
about how you communicate with others. [20:47]
- When you’re clear about your
talents and how you want to spend your time, you’ll become more
selective which is a good thing! [23:08]
- Vicki shares the sixth and
final way that boundaries can help you reach success.
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