35 min

247 | Angela Lister | Shedding Your Ego, Working Strategically, and Gaining Maximum Momentum Leaders Of Tomorrow Podcast

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Is your ego preventing you from working to your full potential?


On today’s show, we talk with Angela Lister who shares with us her thoughts on shedding your ego, continuous learning, and the importance of surrounding yourself with great mentors.


In her first year as a student painter, admittedly, Angela was working with a chip on her shoulder. While she undoubtedly worked really hard, she channelled her energies incorrectly and refused to take the help of her mentors and accountability partners.


And, as a result, she ended her first year with lukewarm success.


Having learnt her lesson, Angela changed her approach dramatically in her second year. In her second year, Angela decided to lean heavily on her accountability partners.


In this segment of the show, you will learn how Angela managed to complete an extremely difficult project (and her largest) just because she had a strong support system.


We wrap up this show by sharing some of the most important attributes that you are likely to find in a leader of tomorrow.


Do not miss this one!


 


What You Will Learn In This Show


What do top performers do differently?

Sharing my first-year experience as a student operator

Shedding your ego and running your business strategically

How my mentors and accountability buddies helped me finish my largest and most difficult painting job

How to set goals, remain motivated, and stay on-course

And so much more…


Resources


Student Works 


Chris Thomson LinkedIn

Is your ego preventing you from working to your full potential?


On today’s show, we talk with Angela Lister who shares with us her thoughts on shedding your ego, continuous learning, and the importance of surrounding yourself with great mentors.


In her first year as a student painter, admittedly, Angela was working with a chip on her shoulder. While she undoubtedly worked really hard, she channelled her energies incorrectly and refused to take the help of her mentors and accountability partners.


And, as a result, she ended her first year with lukewarm success.


Having learnt her lesson, Angela changed her approach dramatically in her second year. In her second year, Angela decided to lean heavily on her accountability partners.


In this segment of the show, you will learn how Angela managed to complete an extremely difficult project (and her largest) just because she had a strong support system.


We wrap up this show by sharing some of the most important attributes that you are likely to find in a leader of tomorrow.


Do not miss this one!


 


What You Will Learn In This Show


What do top performers do differently?

Sharing my first-year experience as a student operator

Shedding your ego and running your business strategically

How my mentors and accountability buddies helped me finish my largest and most difficult painting job

How to set goals, remain motivated, and stay on-course

And so much more…


Resources


Student Works 


Chris Thomson LinkedIn

35 min