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Change Your Perspective, Change Your Life In life, nothing is "wrong" or "right" (rare circumstances aside). "Wrong" and "right," especially in regards to where you want to go in life, are relative terms. Too often, we think of "success" or "doing what we love" as an end. It's some destination that we have to reach. What so many people fail to realize is that both of those terms are more of an approach to the journey, not the end of the journey itself. You are "successful" when you are walking your path, always learning, always growing. You are "doing what you love" when you see every moment as an opportunity. It's on you to discover what that opportunity is. The key is to point at yourself. If you look in the mirror and you point at your physical self, your reflection in the mirror will point at itself. When you "pull the thumb," you take accountability. You are shifting your perspective from "blame" to "ownership." You are allowing yourself to open up and see opportunity instead of oppression. This same theory goes for everything: work, personal relationships, even the way you feel about yourself. REMEMBER TO FOCUS ON LESSON THAN PROBLEM #TeamMaestros

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"I don't know why, but I can't/ won't trust Him/ Her." A team without trust isn't really a team: it's just a group of individuals, working together, often making disappointing progress. It doesn't matter how capable or talented your people are, they may never reach their full potential if trust isn't present. So how can you, as a leader, help your team to build the trust that it needs to flourish? 1. Create The Circle Of Safety The whole motive of building trust within the team is to keep the information safe in order to get desired results in the end. Treat your people like ‘human beings’ and give them a sense of security, belonging, an ultimate purpose and proper care. The first step to trust is care; the team needs to feel cared to trust you. 2. Praise Others Every member of your team want to matter and you might help them in feeling important by kind words of appreciation. Appreciating and valuing another person helps in building trust at a quick pace. Keep in mind that no one ever created a win-win relationship without letting the other person win first. 3. Open Up It is important to expose yourself to your team. Exposing doesn’t mean spilling your secrets to let them take advantage of you, but to make them feel that you are nothing different from the rest of your team. You should have the guts to admit your failures and demonstrate your thoughts without any hindrance. One way to build trust is to encourage your team members to see their colleagues as people and not workers. Think about creating situations that help them to share personal stories, and to bond. 4. Lead by Example: If you want to build trust within your team, then lead by example, and show your people that you trust others. This means trusting your team and your colleagues. In a Nutshell, trust is an essential element in team productivity. Without it, you're unlikely to get anything meaningful done. But with it, teams can accomplish everything they set out to do... and more. #TeamMaestros

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How much sleep do you get each night? Most of us know that eight hours is the recommended ount, but with work, fily, and social commitments often consuming more than 16 hours of the day, it can seem impossible to make the math work. Perhaps you feel that you operate just fine on four or five hours a night. You probably already have some understanding of the benefits of rest—and the costs of not getting it. Sleep allows us to consolidate and store memories as well as process emotional experiences. But what Do we do? Fortunately, there are solutions to help leaders improve the quality and quantity of their sleep. Many of these are well-known but underutilized. They include sticking to a consistent bedtime and wake-up schedule, avoiding certain substances too close to bedtime (caffeine within seven hours, alcohol within three hours, and nicotine within three or four hours), avoiding destructive gadget prior to sleeping time(Phones,tablets, Computers etc.) ,exercising (but not right before bed) and taking a break on social platform 30 minutes prior to bedtime. Additionally, relaxation and mindfulness meditation exercises help lower anxiety, making it easier to drift off to sleep. People who experience improved sleep, enjoy more self-control, better moods, and higher job satisfaction, and they become more helpful toward colleagues in a te. As a leader, even if you fail to get enough sleep yourself, you should be careful to promote good sleeping behavior. Your employees are watching you for cues about what is important. Avoid bragging about your own lack of sleep, lest you signal to your subordinates that they, too, should deprioritize sleep. If you absolutely must compose an e-mail at 3 , use a delayed-delivery option so that the message isn’t sent until 8 . If you must pull an all-nighter on a project, don’t hold that up as exemplary behavior.

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Be UNIQUE!👌🏽 Knowledge will give you power, but character respect.The way to gain a good reputation, is to endeavor to be what you desire to appear.Insist on yourself, Never imitate.. #TeamMaestros

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