Success comes in all shapes and sizes. If you’re asked to picture your last great success, what do you think of? Maybe that hot dog eating competition you won back in 2009? Or perhaps you struggle to recognise your successes because that personal best of 18 hot dogs doesn’t seem so fantastic when you compare it to the world record of 73. That’s a lot of mustard.

When you compare yourself to others, you can lose sight of your achievements. Can you really do your best when you think your colleagues are doing better? Working well and growing as a person starts with knowing where you are and what you’re good at – not just comparing yourself to someone else. This course will help you stop living in other people’s shadow and measure your own personal progress instead.


BY THE END OF THIS COURSE, YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

Identify ways of measuring success that work for you
Redefine your past successes to find your new average
Apply techniques to help measure your personal progress

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?



Everybody will benefit from redefining their personal average. It’ll help you find a measure of success that works for you, show you how to apply it, and help you redefine your past successes so you can see where your strengths truly lie.




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