Monday, November 15, 2021

Andrée Martin, Mindset Monday - The Seven Key Questions to Ask in a Time of Thanks and Giving - Episode 3096

MINDSET MONDAY - Change Begins in Your Language

Andrée Martin is Your Leadership Mindset & Golf Performance Coach.

Andrée is an LPGA Class A Life Member, a Nationally Recognized Top 50 Golf Teacher and Expert, and a member of the Maine Golf Hall of Fame.

Recognizing Golf’s value as a business tool in today’s competitive marketplace, Andrée works with individuals, groups, corporate or organizational clients to create educational and team-building programs that enhance the professional success of aspiring executives.

Andrée returns to the Success InSight Podcast for another episode of Mindset Monday, to chat about, “The Seven Key Questions to Ask in a Time of Thanks and Giving”.

Key points include:

It is a time to celebrate the great harvest.
1. Was it a challenging year or fruitful? What did you learn?
2. What did it teach you?
3. What did you do to coach yourself? Your team? Your company? Your family?
4. What did you need to do to shift and redirect?
               Did you need to create a new playbook? or just a new play?
               Did you have to create a new strategy?
5. What can you celebrate in the most difficult of Harvest years?
    or What can you celebrate in the most abundant Harvest year?
6. How will you shift to an even better year?
             to be a positive outcome, bottom line/score or more
             What needs even more work/tweaking?
7. What gratitude can you give yourself for your accomplishments?

What is your mindset? We are a country of abundance. The more we grow, the more we can share & give to make the world a better place! 

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