November 2020

Learning a new skill

I think it is essential to learn something new every so often. Another important thing that we should all remember is that it’s OK to be a newbie. We are mastering some aspects of our lives. We want to be seen as professionals. And that is fine. But there is a trap there. If we go for perfectionism route and let’s say, we want to be as good with the first video as we are with podcasting at episode 50, we will never release anything new. I am learning a new skill – video editing. 

Check it out! 🎥

So my questions for you today:
What was the new thing that you have learnt recently? 
Do you allow yourself to be a newbie from time to time?

Creating The Elevators Podcast

Is your feedback SMART? In the 3rd episode of our podcast, Pete and I discuss what feedback means to us and how to deliver it to others.
Receiving feedback is a positive thing that can help you and others grow both personally and professionally.
Use the trick of using SMART feedback: Simple, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic, and Time-Bound.

As always, we hope you enjoy this podcast, learn from it, and give us feedback as well.

Let us know what do you think. Subscribe. And pass the word so more people can listen. Our goal is to help others to grow, to elevate and to realise their passions. 

Reading books

I am currently reading: “No rules rules”. It is a very good book about how to provide a candid feedback to be productive and effective. 

Working on this blog

I will be going to autumn mode with my blog, writing shorter post every other Thursday. As usual I am asking you to:

This page is inspired by Derek Sivers “now page” movement.

Updated: November 1st, 2020

October 2020