It’s been a whirlwind of uncertainty lately. David Neagle shares his practical insights to help you step out of the blame game and embrace uncertainty.
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David Neagle is the best selling author of The Millions Within, and is one of the architects of the coaching and personal growth industry, having worked alongside well-known mentors like Bob Proctor, Marianne Morrisey and Tony Robbins for decades. I brought David on to learn how we can all thrive alongside uncertainty.
We explore understanding people’s agendas, the power of stepping away, morning reflections and verbal journaling. Tune in so you can step back and review your thoughts and beliefs that help (or hinder) you as you navigate through uncertainty.
- How to avoid being caught up by uncertainty (4:54)
- Why we seek certainty (6:35)
- How to leverage your mornings to best set yourself up for the day (12:27)
- End-of-day reflection exercises (20:18)
- The uncertainties David deals with (27:14)
- How to accept more responsibility (30:52)
“How certain we feel inside ourselves determines our productivity.”– David Neagle
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