When we say “inner strength,” we don’t mean the muscles to push through a tough situation and shoulder your way up to the top. What we really mean when we say “inner strength” is the ability to be honest, with yourself and with those around you, and not feel ashamed or “less than” for that honesty.
Sandi Mitchell, CEO of Apex Catalyst Group, takes us into the topic of “commanding your inner committee” and why mastering this is a crucial step in achieving effective inner strength.
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Links for this episode:
- Apex Catalyst Group website
- Information on Faith Based Family Business Forum:
- Apex Catalyst Group has started a monthly forum for business owners, CEOs, and founders to come together and discuss current issues with each other. It’s an opportunity to talk with your peers and ask those questions you’d rather not ask your employees. Get best practices and ideas on how you can make your company even stronger, smarter, and healthier. The Faith Based Family Business Forum meets virtually every third Tuesday from 9-10:30am CST. If you are a business owner and interested in finding out more or would like to register, please email Sandi@ApexCatalystGroup.com. We’ll see you there!
- TCU Neeley School of Business class on Communication and Influence
Sandi Mitchell is CEO of Apex Catalyst Group. She works with leaders from small businesses to major corporations and nonprofits to help improve and/or accelerate in areas such as: leadership, new manager transitions, team alignment, communication, emotional intelligence, strategic planning, negotiations, work place stress and employee engagement. Sandi has over 25 years working in the corporate world, as a business owner, as a Professional EOS Implementer, and as a certified Executive Coach. Her experience is in learning and development, business operations, sales, and management. She is a bestselling author and has written Coloring Outside the Lines: A Grown Up’s Creative Guide to Increasing Emotional Intelligence.