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BIG! Strategies to Help You THINK BIG
Marsha Egan, CSP - Workplace Productivity Coach and E-mail Expert Marsha Egan, CSP - Workplace Productivity Coach and E-mail Expert
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Dateline: Nantucket, MA
Wednesday, October 21, 2020


Sometimes, we are our own worst enemies. We let our minds get in the way of pursuing our dreams.

Gary Keller’s quote “The habits of our life are like chains that are too loose to be noticed until they’re too tight to break” resonated with me as I prepared for this week’s virtual  Coaching at The Corner discussion.

For us to break free of those chains, let’s challenge ourselves to “THINK BIG!”

Here are some strategies for you to consider:

  • Be comfortable with discomfort. Changing anything is uncomfortable, and if you are trying to open the door to thinking bigger, it will be uncomfortable. So prepare yourself!
  • Create space. If your physical and/or mental space is cluttered, there may be no room for creative thinking. Many a great idea comes while people are taking their morning showers, right? Decluttering that space, and giving yourself permission to let your mind wander or explore can help you as you allow yourself to think bigger.
  • Continuous learning. The more curious you are, the more you allow expanded thoughts. A thirst for learning can build your curiosity and set the stage for expanded thinking.
  • Supportive relationships. You can’t achieve BIG goals alone; your relationships can not only challenge you but help you achieve your goals.
  • Set BIG goals. This is really important. If you want to achieve “bigger and better”, embrace the power of goal setting to help you do that. These BIG goals cannot be ambiguous; they must be specific. Two words: AIM HIGH. More on goal setting here.
  • Act. As with any strategy to achieve goals, the key to bringing it all together is to take action.
About Marsha Egan, CPCU, CSP, PCC, ICF-Certified CoachMarsha Egan, is CEO of the Egan Group, Inc., Nantucket MA and an internationally recognized professional speaker. She is a leading authority on email productivity. Her acclaimed ?12 Step Program for E-Mail E-ddiction? received international attention, being featured on ABC Nightly News, Fox News, and newspapers across the globe. In early 2009, the program was adapted into a book, Inbox Detox and the Habit of E-mail Excellence (Acanthus 2009 - http://InboxDetox.com/book) Marsha works with forward-thinking organizations that want to create a profit-rich and productive email culture. Marsha was named one of Pennsylvania?s Top 50 Women in Business in 2006.
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