you’re doing.” - W. Edwards DemingWith the flow of work and life in the virtual space being fluid, what are the elements which are going to support you in anchoring your work, making decisions, and prioritizing items.
Likewise, philosophies can help to anchor our work and signal to others what makes us unique or different.
Today, take a moment to consider your values and the philosophies anchoring your work.
Personally, philosophies I work from as virtual facilitation, a digital creator, and remote leader are:
Keep it simple
Distill things down into their core essence
Embrace the chaos
We learn by doing
If you’ve read any of my books, you will know how these continue to shape my work and writing. They infuse all elements from design, to approach, to marketing
What are the key values and philosophies anchoring your work?
Activity Today, consider what are the values and philosophies anchoring your work and approaches.
IN essence, these are the things that:
You NEED to incorporate something to meet your standards;
You KNOW are important in the work you do;
Are things you take a stand around.
If it is useful, take time to review or identify your values. Be sure to think about how your values translate into behaviors that can be seen in the virtual space.
What do clients say they really appreciate about your work?
What are the one things which need to always be part of your work (i.e. it might be quality, etc.)
What are the philosophies which shape your work?
If you were to hire someone tomorrow, how would you describe how you do?
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