Simon T. Bailey
Riding the waves of the ocean on a surfboard is a lot like riding the waves of life on the strength of your own resiliency.
Sometimes you’ll beat yourself up and say, ‘I’m not making progress and I’m not moving forward,’ when in fact, you probably are making progress, you’re being hard on yourself.
To really see upward movement in your life, you have to learn how to create a consistency cocktail. Mixed correctly, this cocktail will allow you to develop confidence and become more purposeful with how you use your time and energy.
We are now in an era of self-service learning. No longer can we wait for learning and development opportunities to be handed to us from above. We must decide to serve ourselves and level up every single day.
Simon T. Bailey says success is all about finding the right motives. When you have a strong why, you can face any challenge ahead of you.
Purpose is the point at which your talents, skills, abilities and gifts intersect with a void or a need in the world around you. What is yours?
Have you ever found yourself dealing with difficult people? People who are hard to get along with? I want to give you three strategies to deal with difficult people. It starts with the acronym H.U.G.: 1. Hear them. Step back and really hear what they’re saying, and then ask them, “Here’s what I heard you…
Confidence is believing in yourself, your power and your ability to get it done. How can you develop more self-confidence? 1. What is right about you? Take out a sheet of paper, and in 30 seconds or less, write down what’s right about you. 2. Upgrade your verbal software. Language is the software of the…
The power and need for action with intention
There are three ways to lead yourself into the future, and it simply starts with understanding how to recalibrate your GPS. GPS stands for: What am I grateful for? When you get up every single day, can you identify the one, two or three things that you are most thankful for as you start the…