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Meeting the mark in the work world of sales and fund-raising. How we meet the mark of goals and targets can have a huge impact on our experience of satisfaction, meaning and connection on our lives.
Mike Wlotzki chats with coach john about what he has learned by using the Conflict Evolution 5 step process in the demanding work place of charity fundraising, offering opportunities for philanthropy and engaging our community with a whole hearted approach that is highly respected and brings him a deep satisfaction in his mission.
The discussion follows from Mike’s sharing a personal experience of bringing awareness to an emotional situation when the family pet recently passed away. Catch up on the wisdom of Mike’s story.
Mike previously shared his passion for life long learning and how the simple 5 step process of CE has become his go-to for day to day situations both personally and professionally. Discover how Mike has come to trust the process is enough.
:35 The slippery slope of being enough in today’s demanding work environment
2:22 It has to be more connected
4:00 An opportunity in a meaningful way
5:02 Approach with focus on relationship
6:20 The need to achieve results authenticallyy
8:00 The sense of being enough
9:22 Meeting the mark
Meeting the mark in sales targets, values, contribution, community, human-beingness
10:25 Defining the mark
Brain is tactics, systems and solutions
Heart is our existence, our life, our meaning
11:36 Beliefs, when something matters more
“You get to be you”
“I can’t really put it into words, you have to feel it. Knowing ourselves is where the rubber hits the road.”
Mike is a respected leader in our growing Conflict Evolution community. Thank you Mike, we look forward to chatting with you again soon!
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How do you connect your life values and goals with your work goals?