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Management competence & self-management: lead yourself, otherwise nobody will follow you

No matter which stable we come from, how intelligent we are and how lucky we are. To achieve above-average lasting health, satisfaction and economic success only those who can do one thing can lead themselves.

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Begins in childhood and is promoted by nature

The seed for this ability is already laid in childhood. Continuous training and development of the art itself, offers nature in a particularly valuable way.

Dunedin, New Zealand 1975: Their behavior and habits are observed over 1.000 three-year-olds; over a period of 38 years. This so-called “Dunedin Study”, which is still ongoing, went down in the history of behavioral research with its consistently convincing results. It shows that those who have self-discipline, conscientiousness and perseverance help themselves permanently to a higher standard of living. That motivates. But how do we know whether we are already managing ourselves adequately or whether there is still a lot of room for improvement?

The collective conceals our self-governing competence

In particular, where our world is so full of distractions, brakes and passable helpers. In professional life, it is usually impossible to determine the success of the cap. Where dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of hands intertwine, the success of the individual is concealed to the point of verifiability.

We often mean what wonderfully powerful levers we move every day. However, in the case of an unexpected failure, it is clear how thoroughly the hearsh of the thousand hands absorbs our leverage. Most of all, we are effective only because the many others contribute their part and not vice versa.

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Unfortunately, we are often caught up in utopia, the uncommon artists Self-guidance to be. If we collectively believe that we are extremely competent in self-management, we do not even notice that we are jointly maintaining a gigantic brake on success.

How do I know how good I can lead myself?

An indication of how far it is with our self-management competence shows us an honest look at all areas of life without exception. That’s going to be fast clearwhere we have our chocolate sides in leading ourselves and where we are helpless like flotsam.

Have we already climbed well on the career ladder, but the body's level of health, fitness and fitness could not yet benefit from this increased level? Are we the best mate in the world, the quality of our love affair or family ties are permanently underground? Are we all friends of the world, but feel lonely and deserted deep within us?

What is nature doing with us?

If we stick to each other in the collective, we simply can not determine the exact effects of our behavior. If we are alone, there is no doubt how effective our action and our ability to control ourselves is. Nature, together with us, offers us the necessary environment for direct and comprehensible challenges.

  1. Do we simply overtake a cold rainstorm or search for panic?
  2. Do we admit we have lost ourselves, and go back to a certain point, or do we cling to our path for the sake of prosperity?
  3. Do we stay calmly in the surging mosquito cloud, avoiding so many stitches, or do we fiercely wreath around us and break off the hike?
  4. Do we linger relaxed under a tree or do we succumb to the overwhelming desire to constantly look at our smartphone?

In a word, we sharpen our view of what is really important to us and see immediately what our action does.

Nature is inimitable reflexive. If we allow it.

Especially when we are alone in nature, our self-reflection is stimulated. Self-reflection occurs when nothing distracts us and we ask ourselves the right questions. In nature, our usual everyday world with its accustomed impressions and distractions is pleasantly in pause mode. But why do we need self-reflection? It's not an area we are all too happy to avoid for nothing. No development without self-reflection. Because only where we recognize where we still have potential can we also set levers in motion that we have not been able to do so far and thus create new successes for ourselves.

We humans have developed a symbiosis with nature, lasting over a million years. The resulting and totally unconscious effects of nature on the body, mind and soul continue to be strong and secure. Nature thus acts soothingly on our mind: we free ourselves more easily from destructive thoughts, thoughts, and our own contempt. There are more positive moods and thoughts. We look hopeful, opportunity-oriented, creative and motivated in the future.

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5 responses to "Management competence & self-management: lead yourself, otherwise nobody will follow you"

  1. Agnes @ bsberlin says:

    Inspiring. One of those lessons that you learn in life and then forget again - but you shouldn't. Especially not in professional life, where it is so much about finding your personal happiness (whatever and wherever it may be) and not talking to someone and somehow saving yourself into retirement.

    • Simone Janson says:

      Thanks for your comment. The fact that it is not about talking others to the mouth, many see so different.
      Many greetings to Berlin

  2. Linda Baumgartner says:

    Lead yourself, or you will not follow. - Recommended contribution iwJttJSlF2 #selbstmanagement # self-reflection

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