- Vision: having a sense of purpose and a clear understanding of Your objectives.
- Self-awareness: gaining a better understanding through introspective and the feedback of others.
- Understanding your “why”: a lot of people tend to be very reluctant when responding to the question “ why are they doing what they do.” Many of them would confuse the “what” where they describe what they do with the “why” where they actually define the reason that makes them “do what they do” and how do they sustain that motif during the course of Time.“ It takes courage to follow through.
- Courage: having the courage to take risks to achieve your purpose.
— Naveen Chaudhary?? (@IMNVN) July 16, 2018
- Willingness to correct wrong decisions: Being able not only to recognize wrong decision but also to correct them means having the ability to innovate.
- Being more “solution oriented” rather than “problem oriented.”
Sven Anger is an entrepreneur, coach, and speaker for more than ten years. His first encounter with performance and the human ecology was at the Olympic Training Center for Judo in Leipzig, Germany. Afterwards Sven worked in finance and in management for a global logistics company. Along the way he dove into the arts attending the renowned Strasberg Theater & Film Institute in New York to study drama and find a second home on stage in London and Berlin. He founded ANGER COACHING in 2007 and has conducted hundreds of seminars and coaching sessions to help people make most of their potential.
We would like to thank Hayet Bourki for her assistance in preparing this blog.