Achievement Syndrome with Gareth MorganJan 14, 2020
January 14, 2020 by Kelly
Do you have that voice in your head that keeps telling you that even after all you've done, it's not enough?
Welcome to the club of those with achievement syndrome! :) It can difficult to argue with that voice in our head, particularly as it gets constantly reinforced with what we see in the world around us and on social media. However, you can also use that voice to your advantage, it's all about changing the narrative of that voice!
Enter Gareth Morgan, an Elite Performance & Productivity coach who helps people build beliefs and behaviours that have a performance impact. He believes that investment in people will reveal the true value and performance of a team/company. We discuss how to overcome achievement syndrome and why it's not just about the end result of our entrepreneurial journey, but the journey itself as well.
Gareth has over 18 years experience in the tertiary sector, developing successful social enterprise businesses and founding ‘Everyday Champions,’ which is a strong multi-site church across the UK. Alongside his wife Leanne, they have developed an overarching structure that seeks to identify, develop and release leaders, enabling them to bring transformational change in the communities where they live and work. He is currently working in professional football, business and the tertiary sector to develop high performing cultures that unlock the potential of its greatest asset...people!
Learn About Achievement Syndrome...
- How our potential cannot be realized in an environment of fear
- 3 reasons why we have lost touch with ourselves and God that are holding us back from unlocking our potential in the business realm
- What "achievement syndrome" is and how can we overcome it
- Why it's not always about the results, but rather the journey
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