Conquer Your Mind and Get Out of Your Own Way

Published in Member Communities on September 11, 2020

Originally featured in “VGM Playbook: Developing Your Skills for Next Level Leadership,” VGM's Lindy Tentinger introduces ways to become a better leader, both at work and at home. 

Below is a list of things that Lindy has learned about how to live above the daily grind and constant worry about tomorrow:

  1. Focus First on Staying True to Who You Are, Who You Want to Be, And What You Want to Do
  2. Never Put the Key to Your Happiness in Someone Else’s Pocket
  3. Smile and Laugh Until Your Face Hurts
  4. 24 Hours at a Time—Nothing More
  5. EVERYTHING in Moderation
  6. Everyone You Meet Knows Something You Don’t
  7. Have a Forgiving Heart
  8. If You See Something in Someone, SAY IT 

Click here to read "Conquer Your Mind and Get Out of Your Own Way."

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