With a frenetic travel schedule, this is the thing that let me plug back in every day to realize that I get another chance to live and breathe.
Specifically, NewCo helped me realize that I have a choice about being constantly pinged, and allowed me to take back control of the flow of communication. It was a sustained opportunity to reflect on what you want to accomplish and how.
The key concept I came away with is that I have the right to change my environment to allow myself to work at my best.
By following this program I was able to find the answer to a business problem that had me stumped for two years.
Our meetings are now more effective and productive. We have cut the time spent in half and doubled the output.
I am holding distraction-free 1:1s… with ZERO exceptions! This has made my meetings much more efficient and effective and I can see the difference in how people are interacting during our time. This has added a ton of value and clarity to what had previously been an exercise in going through the motions.
Bettina was terrific in shepherding our group and holding the attention of nine different intense personalities. Her work will enhance our focus and concentration to enable all of us to be more productive individually and as a group.
As someone who constantly presses for better, faster and more of what is expected of myself and everything around me, I defer smelling the roses to a later date. After my session with ThinkNewCo, I think differently. I understand the importance to give my brain a rest, recharge and makes me fresh for the next conquest.
With the support of the talented coaches and facilitators, I was able to take that long-overdue step back and critically reflect on where my business was and where I wanted it to go.
The Think NewCo program is like teflon for stress.
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