Shift Shapers Podcast

01 Mar 2021

Ep #349: Is Adaptability More Important Than Accomplishment? – With Monica Coleman

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This week’s episode features a conversation with Monica Coleman, Chief Energy Officer at Inside Information Coaching and Consulting. Being adaptable means moving forward and embracing the unknown, the realm where every possibility exists. The P.E.A.K. Process (Perform, Evaluate, Adjust, Key In) gives particular emphasis on its Adjust step where Ego can get in the way of reaching your goals.

What You’ll Learn From This Episode:

  • 01:49 Adaptability not accomplishment
  • 03:50 Adapting with the P.E.A.K. Process: Perform, Evaluate, Adjust, Key In
  • 10:06 Managing your ego and creating positive energy flow
  • 18:02 The limiting nature of labels

Quotes:

02:56 “If we don’t adapt and you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten. And that’s really the truth.”

05:16 “If you’re not adjusting and taking in the data, you’re not going to be able to be better than you are. You’re just going to ingrain what you’ve already done.”

08:49 “Everything that you ever want in life that you don’t really have is out in the unknown. The unknown is your friend. It’s where everything exists. Every possibility.”

14:19 “If you want to create experiences, you’re going to be severely limited when you’re stuck in your ego all the time.”

References:

“It’s Time to Replace Ambition with Adaptation” Article by Rosie Spinks

“The One Thing” Book by Gary Keller

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