There’s no doubt that having a noisy mind prevents leaders from being effective. Within the agency sector, leaders need to be creative, intuitive and decisive but it’s not always possible to be that way, is it? I mean, sometimes it’s all a bit much.
The impact of having this ‘traffic jam’ in your head can be anything from a tendency to worry or over-analyse, to sleepless nights or a more severe form of stress. And this noisy mind is a powerful inhibitor for many attributes you need to be a great agency leader – attributes such as clarity, creativity, effective decision-making and strategic thinking.
Recently I had to navigate my way through terrible traffic in the centre of Nairobi, Kenya – all compounded by confusing road layouts and a lack of signage. It was tiring, confusing and slow – just like having a noisy mind.
The stress is increasing
In today’s world having a noisy mind has become a debilitating disease. It’s not surprising when you consider the pressure on us from the global economy, political uncertainty or the speed of change. There’s an ever-increasing drive to push people harder to get more, faster.
Nothing seems to stop.
Where’s it really coming from?
We live with a number of misunderstandings about how the mind works and this results in us blaming outside circumstances for how we feel.We end up trying to “fix” the externals of life without seeing where all this noise is really coming from.
And that’s what we teach you to do on our Game Changer Programme. We enable leaders, like you, to discover how their minds work – so they can become more peaceful, effective and clear.
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