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The secrets to reinventing yourself, with Guy Lucas

Subsribe on Apple Podcasts, Sticher Radio or Spotify. You don’t have to be the smartest person in the room. You don’t have to have the experience required to do the job. You just need to listen to your heart and take action. The two most difficult things in life are : – Let go – […]

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You don’t have to be the smartest person in the room. You don’t have to have the experience required to do the job.

You just need to listen to your heart and take action.

The two most difficult things in life are :

– Let go

– First move (step)

In French, ”Ne pas oser, c’est déjà perdre” means not daring is already losing. I didn’t speak a word of English when I moved to Toronto a few years ago and didn’t know anyone there. But if I had told myself I wasn’t smart enough to be successful, I would never be where I am today.

It’s not fear that gets in the way of daring leadership. It’s our beliefs and determination.

On today’s episode of The Stephanie Show, I talk about the power of reinventing yourself from one of my good friends : Guy Lucas.

Guy is a versatile entrepreneur, with proven success as a positive dynamic leader. He used to be the General Manager of luxury hotels in Asia and North America and reinvented his career a few times to eventually became the Director, Immigration and Employment for the Ontario French Economic Development Network.

In this episode, you will learn:

– How to overcome career challenges and adapt to different environments

– The differences between ”specialist” and ”generalist” and the advantages of being a generalist

– Morning routines and productivity tips to optimize your day

– The Japanese concept of ” Ma”

– Plus much more…

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