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CPR's Level UP series: It's YOUR Time

Updated: Dec 4, 2023



If you are reading this post, you might have decided to believe in your talents and gifts given to you by the Creator. If yes, read on. This is a huge step! This signifies that you have decided to assume risks and commit Acts of Commission (trial and error). Well, that is great because business is all about taking reasonable risks. Reasonable risks are risks you assumed after you have reviewed the data and, yes, prayed about your next steps. Reaching the next level can involve growing pains.


While growing pains are a part of LevelingUp, today, we offer tips by Benjamin P. Hardy that will help you succeed throughout this journey. Dr. Hardy is an organizational psychologist and a bestselling author of books on LevelUP. Regardless of your next step, be sure to visit CPR's blog on this subject, listen to our YouTube platform as we commence the LevelUP series on Leadership, (107) CPR Moral Leadership Coaching - YouTube, and tune in to WONIRADIO-Jumpstart with CPR-Jumo Start CPR | WONIRadio every Tuesday 10:15 am central/11:15 am eastern and 4:15 pm central/5:15 pm eastern for the Business arm to CPR's LevelUP series. With CPR's three arms of data, you are guaranteed to ascend to new heights, but YOU must do the work.


Below are some recommendations from Dr. Hardy's (2019) article on LevelUP.

1. SET CLEARLY DEFINED DIRECTIONS

Establish clear, meaningful goals and milestones. Define the next level, then determine the strategies, tactics, and goals to get you there.

2. COMMUNICATE

Regular, reliable information, feedback, and support communication create trust, essential to accomplishing high-performance, superior results.

3. MIND THE NUMBERS

Track your data. Invest in an excellent tool to assist you in data mining.

4. ANTICIPATE THE FUTURE

Evaluate past and current results and anticipate the future so you can make it happen.

5. IDENTIFY TOP-PERFORMING PLAYERS

Processes are critical, but it takes the right players to make your team successful.

6. KEEP IMPROVING

It’s time to optimize your system or process as effectively as possible.

7. CELEBRATE SUCCESSES

Employee morale is vital; you must ensure your employees feel valued and appreciated.


As we move deeper in this series, take the time to self-reflect on the above recommendations, document your responses, and determine how they line up with your business plans.



Warm Regards,


CeeCee

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