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- It’s a lot easier to make excuses than to put in the work necessary
- In order to achieve your goals, you must write out a plan
- Be ready to fail
- When you fail, make sure to get back up
- Break large goals into smaller ones
Heather R Younger is an experienced keynote speaker, two-time author, and the CEO and Founder of Employee Fanatix, a leading employee engagement, leadership development, and DEI consulting firm, where she is on a mission to help leaders understand the power they possess to ensure people feel valued at work.
Known as The Employee WhispererTM, Heather harnesses humor, warmth, and an instant relatability to engage and uplift audiences and inspire them into action.
Rooted in her belief that employees aren’t just numbers on the payroll but human beings with ideas that matter, Heather’s talks and workshops are dedicated to helping teams, leaders, and organizations shine by improving how they listen to, communicate with, and empower employees on their journey to Caring Leadership.
Four Simple Steps
Plot Out Baby Steps You Can Take Everyday
Do a Daily Examination
Give Yourself Time and Recalibrate
Commit to Having an Accountability Partner or Coach
We don’t have to get to our goals by ourselves. Check with HR to see if there are funds for a coach, or invest in yourself and hire that coach that can take you to the next level. Do all this with grace and don’t forget to take care of yourself. Practice self-care and give yourself time to achieve these goals.