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We had the honor to interview a highly MOTOvated individual. Kendra, is a reginal full-time truck driver, a United States Veteran, and last week she earned her Master’s of Divinity while on the road! She discusses key strategies that helped her accomplish her goal, and how she overcame the challenges that the trucking lifestyle presents. What course load should you take? Do you have a support system? How will you care for yourself while out on the road? Got WiFi? Got humility? Listen now!
Thank you for listening find as @motomelife on FB and IG @motmelife or check us out on our website motomelife.com SEND IN TOPICS ON PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT YOU’D LIKE FOR US TO TALK ABOUT NEXT This episode will welcome back Mr. James Bonds of Welldrivenlife.com to speak on long term vs short term goals starting with believing in your ability to make a change figure out your long term goal, then break it down to small goals build confidence and self efficacy soft commitments vs hard commitments create an environment for success, including finding your GOLDEN GIRL FRIENDS that can be your referee to hold you accountable to your goals
Personal development is learning to MANAGE ONESELF. In his short book of the same title, Peter Drucker writes “we have to learn to develop ourselves, and place ourselves where we can make the greatest contribution.” In today’s podcast we dive in into this small book and consider for ourselves: 1.) What are your strengths? 2.) How do you preform? 3.) How do you learn? 4.) What are your values? 5.) Where do you belong? 6.) What should I contribute? #motomelife motomelife.com facebook.com/motomelife instagram.com/motomelife Text us! (417) 719-1432
Key Take Aways
Pick 15 core values that #Motovate you keeping in mind how you grew up and your life experiences. Think about which ones you take actions on in real life. Narrow the list down to 2-3 CORE Values.
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Key Takeaways: 1.) Know what kind of coach you need 2.) Know what your coach’s teaching style is 3.) You can go to a coach that might not be the right one for you but still be referred to a better suited Coach for you 4.) A coach isn’t a friend, and you don’t want that 5.) Is your circle of friends holding you back?
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