This blog is about leadership and, as entitled, collaborative action. That means — more than one person is involved. Pivoting your business, also requires leadership, collaboration, and action or execution.
You may envision pivoting as being a super quick shift, like footwork in basketball, and as used as an analogy for individuals or early-stage start ups that move quickly from one strategy, idea, action, market, mindset, etc. to another. Leaders know that turning-on-a-dime is often not possible and rarely sustainable across the organization.
How are you looking at
your life, leadership and business – and all that is in your world?
There is the
world and there is the world as you perceive it, and the perspective – your
point of view – you associate with it. You are not in control of the
world. You are in control of your perspective, which
creates your world. And so, you are in control of your
Your world encompasses
you and everyone in your circle. Further, as a leader, your circle creates many
circles with many people touched by the ripple resulting from your actions and
How you show up, and
what you say and do, are driven by your perspective. You create a context, at
work and in every place you lead …
Leaders, you can’t change a person but you can change the context you create at work and in every place you lead.
Your state of mind may be blocking your momentum toward a better future.
Many business leaders
were not prepared for an external threat that results in a forced shutdown or
significant and sudden loss of customers. As a leader, what you do next can
greatly influence your own well-being and that of so many more – in your
workplace, suppliers and vendors, community, other stakeholders and beyond such
as those who serve who you serve. It’s the ripple effect of your words and
What you say and do is
driven by what you believe, and by your mindset. While beliefs take some time
to change, you can shift your mindset at any moment.