I was watching the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off recently and I thought to myself that Ferris is probably strong in the CliftonStrengths domain: Influencing.
The Influencing domain is all about the ability to move people to take action. Helping other people’s voices get heard.
The entire movie is based on Ferris’s ability to get people to take action. Whether it’s to skip the day at school, rally kids around a cause (saving Ferris because they...
Has anyone ever asked you for tips on how to do something and you couldn’t believe they were asking you? There’s a reason for that. You’re extremely good at something that they’re not and they recognize it. The key is to understand how you think, feel, and behave differently than others and then build your...
Sometimes we have to go out on our own to learn that we’re missing our other business half.
In this week’s podcast episode I talk with Bobby Klinck and Katie Chase about their entrepreneurial journeys both on their own and how they discovered they were a business match made in heaven.
Hint hint: their Gallup Clifton Strengths had something to do with...
And the way to get a handle on overwhelm? Knowing your Gallup CliftonStrengths.
Check out this week’s podcast episode to learn what overwhelm has to do with strengths.
Having a business isn’t always the most fun, especially when it comes to doing those tasks that only you the owner can do until you hire it out. So when you’re ready to hire things out how do you know which things to hand over? It starts with your strengths.
You don’t want to hire someone who can do all the things you can. You want to hire someone who’s amazing at the things you’re not and it can be surprisingly hard for business owners to know the exact...
You’ve decided to be a coach. Now it’s time to decide what type of coaching business to have. Given how many coaches and coaching businesses are out there, how do you decide what to do? Who do you help? How do you help? How long do you help them for? What type of service do you offer?
You can shave months, even years, off the beginning stages of your business growth by building your client base and business services around your unique strengths. It’s possible....
Knowing your Clifton strengths doesn’t just come into play when it comes to what you do in life. It matters as well for who you’re best wired to serve. There’s a reason why you love working with that one client and a reason why you dread working with the other one.
Listen to this week’s podcast episode to find out how knowing your Gallup strengths matters when it comes to working with your dream clients.
Molly Cahill is a social media marketer who loves Instagram. She also loves the Gallup CliftonStrengths. We talked about how her strengths lend beautifully to the type of work she does with her functional medicine and holistic wellness doctor clients.
Despite knowing about her strengths from previous work experience, in this conversation Molly gained insight into how her top strengths have shown up in her work and how she can lean more into them moving forward.
We talked about the...
When deciding to work with a coach it’s nice to know what you can expect from someone, though you never actually know until you try it.
This week I answer the question, “What can one expect from working with you?” on the podcast. When you want to work with a coach it's nice to know what to expect.
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I get asked a lot if one’s Clifton strengths change from year to year or if they’re fixed? And the answer to both is yes.
Listen to Episode 43 on The Anna Nelson Show to hear what makes the CliftonStrengths assessment different from the other personality assessments and how one’s strengths stay the same and how they change.