Two months to go and we’re starting 2022. Unlike the previous new years, this year symbolizes a lot of hope as people everywhere are excited to put the pandemic behind us. So aside from the things that you WANT to start doing next year, I’ve compiled a list of things we should all NEVER STOP DOING.
What triggered this? You all know I’ve been struggling with my back for this entire year. It’s hard to believe it’s been almost one year already. But I didn’t let that pain stop me from living my life the best way I can. And these things on the list are those that I still kept doing, all throughout the pain.
Ready? Here we go!
- Never stop believing in yourself.
Even when you’re in the middle of challenges and struggles, you will always come out unscathed. Remember that you are valuable, and your biggest enemy is most often, yourself.
- Never stop aiming to be better.
This will push you to continuously succeed in life, keep breaking barriers, and keep going beyond your limits. There is always a next step, and you will always get better.
- Never stop learning.
Learning Leadership should be a daily habit. It should never stop, as there’s always something new to learn. I did a series about the Learning Leadership book by Kouzes and Posner in my podcast, so feel free to binge that!
- Never stop looking for opportunities.
As you continue to grow into the best version of yourself, there will always be more opportunities that will find their way to you. Likewise, don’t shy away from new experiences and new opportunities that will bring out the best in you.
- Never stop giving your best.
Even if you fail, even if you fall short of your own expectations—GIVE YOUR BEST and don’t give up!
- Never stop embracing your mistakes.
LeaderTribers will know that I encourage failure, as long as you FAIL FORWARD. Take note, we don’t want to stop making mistakes—in fact, we know we’ll keep making mistakes. And we should always embrace them and own up to them so we can learn and move forward.
Can you think of other things we should NEVER STOP DOING?
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