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Personal and professional reinvention—even after many years in the same industry—"starts with your attitude, disposition, and desire to create the future," says Simon T. Bailey, author of The Vujá Dé Moment! Shift from Average to Brilliant.
The former Disney and hospitality executive gets it: You're tired. Flat. Hardly feeling "brilliant" under your heavy workload. But he's also got something to help: a seven-step "shifter" tool that may boost your mojo big time, focusing in part on three questions designed to "ignite a fresh vision."
"That's where the brilliance is—when you're open to disruption and change, and embracing that for who you will become in the process, then holding yourself accountable," Bailey says.
Contributed by Kristin Clarke, a business journalist and writer for ASAE. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Bailey will be the closing speaker at the 2013 Great Ideas Conference, March 10–12, in Colorado Springs. For more information or to register, visit www.asaecenter.org/greatideas.
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