Posted in Blog, Exploring Life and Work with Patti Podcast

Exploring Whether Perfection Equals Being An Outstanding Manager or Supervisor

Hi, Managers and Supervisors, How’s it going?

In this podcast episode, we will explore whether perfection equals being an outstanding Manager or Supervisor.

Click to listen to Exploring Whether Perfection Equals Being An Outstanding Manager or Supervisor.

Hi, Managers and Supervisors, How’s it going?

In this podcast episode, we will explore whether perfection equals being an outstanding Manager or Supervisor.

In the business setting, we have been conditioned in the business world to be perfect, which is totally the opposite of imperfect. Everything is about image and how to place yourself to get to the top.

But lately, I’ve heard a lot about perfection, and it is okay to be imperfect, but in the business world, imperfection is something people don’t strive for; they strive for the appearance of perfectionism.

We are taught we need to do this and to do that, and everything is based on perception. We’ve been groomed on how to dress and act, and people capitalize on our mistakes to climb up the corporate ladder. Mistakes are challenging because we need to be perfect. We can’t make mistakes and take risks because errors could happen, so how do people learn if they are scared to make mistakes? Some people won’t take risks or get out of the norm. After all, they are afraid that if they take risks, their mistakes will be out there, and someone else will gain because they made a mistake.

So how do we change this? How do we let people be imperfect so they can learn and grow from those experiences of failure?

We have all met someone who appears to have it all together and comes across as having a perfect life. They post all this fun and fabulous stuff on Facebook about their life. They have a great career, a huge house, a brand new car, and a loving home life from appearances, then, later on, you find out it was all a show.

What about a leader that appears to be perfect?

Is anyone really perfect? Hell no, we all have quirks, habits, and personalities that may sometimes rub someone the wrong way, and we make mistakes; that is what a human does.

Do you respect someone who looks and acts perfect, or do you question their motives?

Who do you respect more, someone who is a hot mess but holds it all together or a fake perfect person always looking to make a great impression?

Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying you should scatter all your dirty laundry at work and not do your job correctly quite the opposite. However, when someone comes across as always perfect and doesn’t admit to making mistakes, it leaves suspicion and a lack of trust. It is hard to build lasting relationships by not showing your human side. You may be called a fair-weather person and much more.

Good leaders admit they are not perfect and make mistakes while genuinely caring about how their actions affect others. They strive to do an excellent job for the company, their superiors, staff, coworkers, and customers. They admit their mistakes, learn from them, and seek not to repeat them.

What are your thoughts on whether perfection equals an outstanding manager or supervisor?

Today’s podcast Affirmation

Mistakes teach me, and I allow myself to grow from them and the lessons they offer.

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Posted in Blog, Building Better Relationships Podcast

Episode 69 – How does Mindset Alchemy Build Better Relationships with Special Guest Janine Shapiro

Click to listen to Episode 69 – How does Mindset Alchemy Build Better Relationships with Special Guest Janine Shapiro

On this podcast episode, we have Janine Shapiro, a Personal Leadership Coach; Janine helps CEOs, established entrepreneurs, and business leaders looking to master their leadership skills and align to their purpose while running more effective businesses and living lives they love and enjoy, experiencing the fulfillment they seek.

Using her psychic and healing abilities and experience, you are guided to take aligned steps to find where you are and reach where you have always wanted to be

Janine Shapiro started as a qualified registered nurse, midwife, and psychiatric nurse.

Her love of learning and teaching now benefits her clients.

Her personal experience with health and back challenges led her to expand her healing practice using integrative, holistic healing modalities.

It was through this journey that Janine discovered her psychic abilities and passion for helping women like yourself to understand the impact you have on your business and life with your thoughts, words, and feelings and transitioned into helping you achieve your next level of success through releasing your underlying fears and limiting beliefs and healing what is keeping you stuck to move forward confidently.

Angela and Patti ask Janine an array of questions about Mindset Alchemy, Personal Leadership Coaching, How Intuition is different or related to Mindset, As a psychic and intuitive, and How she uses her abilities to help her clients and their relationships with others.

To find out more or contact Janine about her products, services, podcast, events, and workshops: Check out Janine’s website, programs, and services at https://janinekathleen.com

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Posted in Blog, Travel Adventures with Patti (Blog)

A Travel Adventure to Prescott Arizona in December

The last time my husband Tom and I went to Prescott, Arizona, we went in September 2021. The locals told us we needed to come back in December and see the Holiday lights in the town square. So when I asked my husband where he would like to go on our next quick adventure, he said Prescott, Arizona, to see the town decorations and lights. 

We stayed at the lovely Hassayampa Inn. The inn was constructed in 1927 and opened as “The Jewel of the County.” Prescott was the Capitol of Arizona at that time. The inn is on the National Historic Register. 

The hotel had a fire raging in the fireplace when we walked into the hotel. It was very welcoming. There is an old antique staircase, or you can take the original elevator with a staff member operator. 

We stayed in Room 426, a corner suite with a balcony with a beautiful view of downtown Prescott. The patio would be great to sit outside during spring, fall and summer, but in the winter, it was a little too chilly to be out there too long unless you had an outside heater fired up and accompanying you.

During our stay, a few guests asked us about our room. One guest wanted to change their room to 426 after we left. Some were curious about the patio, and others about it rumored haunted. One of the guests said a young bride named Faith hung herself in the room after her husband didn’t come back from the store. 

Did Tom or I have any haunting encounters in Room 426?

The only thing I experienced was sitting in a chair in the room on the first day, and I felt like someone was touching my hair, but no one was there. Tom didn’t have any unusual experiences.

We waited for dusk and walked to the downtown court area to see the lights.

With Tom and I living in the desert, we don’t see snow at all, and this was our first time making an effort to go somewhere that may have snow during the holiday, even though there wasn’t much snow.

Posted in Blog, Building Better Relationships Podcast, Podcasts

Episode 68 – Falling from Grace and Coming Back Stronger

In this podcast episode, Angela Ambrosia will be sharing her unexpected health journey of what happened in June 2022, which took her off from doing the podcast for several months.

How it changed her outlook on life and her relationships with herself and others.

What is important in Angela’s life now?

What did she discover after this fall from grace?

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