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Disrupting habitual thinking

In a disrupting habitual thinking session for the Scottish institute for business leaders session we explored the mindset that support you achieving your goals and those that block that progress.

I positioned it in terms of:

  • Zigs that inhibit growth
  • Zags that accelerate growth

The suggested zigs for discussion included:

The suggested zags included:

The output from the session were delegates that had identified mindsets that were blocking them from moving forward, and who also had a new list of antidote mindsets that would enable them to get back on track.

The quote from Paul Curry on the speaking page of this website arose from his attendance of that session in the morning, and a coaching clinic with six of the SIBL members in the afternoon.

Do get in touch if you'd like to explore more about disrupting the habitual thinking of your team, or perhaps a 5 or 28 day mindset challenge might be that perfect antidote to post lockdown working.


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