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The Nischwitz Group
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Speaker, Accelerator, Relationship Builder, Master Storyteller, Chief Inquisitor, Motivator, Story Debunker, Inspirational Model for Change
Speaker, Accelerator, Relationship Builder, Master Storyteller, Chief Inquisitor, Motivator, Story Debunker, Inspirational Model for Change

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Change Means Questions
No matter how logical a change seems, it always brings questions, and in many cases those questions are challenging. That's exactly what I recently experienced when I had to find a solution for Facebook's limit of 5,000 friends. As much as we like to think that change is simple, it often raises questions of values, alignment and integrity and I recently wrestled with these questions when assessing the best (and right) solution to address Facebook's friends limit.

I have decided to make a change -- to create a Facebook business page -- and I wrote a blog to offer an insight into the ways that I assessed and evaluated this challenge and ultimately made a decision that aligns with my core values and keeps me in alignment with my values and my brand. I hope you'll read the blog and take a peak into what it means to deeply live your brand and your values, even on a simple question of social media and Facebook.

The Facebook conversion will be happening tonight and tomorrow, so don't be surprised if you see things looking a little different on Facebook. http://ow.ly/pKyb30cOHgG

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Change Means Questions
No matter how logical a change seems, it always brings questions, and in many cases those questions are challenging. That's exactly what I recently experienced when I had to find a solution for Facebook's limit of 5,000 friends. As much as we like to think that change is simple, it often raises questions of values, alignment and integrity and I recently wrestled with these questions when assessing the best (and right) solution to address Facebook's friends limit.

I hope you'll read the blog and take a peak into what it means to deeply live your brand and your values, even on a simple question of social media and Facebook. http://ow.ly/pKyb30cOHgG

Thrilled to be back speaking for the INPACT Conference, this time in Las Vegas. Honored to be coming back for the third time with INPACT after speaking to them last year in Denver and Dallas. I'll be speaking on leadership with some new perspectives (fresh from the Camino), including talking about ways to minimize stress by owning your choices, seeing control differently, and ways to truly enhance your leadership through the mastery of questions. Feeling blessed!

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“Jeff's intuitive perspective teaches us to reach beyond our wildest dreams and to do it with a positive mindset. His lessons contain important messages like no more sitting on the fence in life! To be an authentic leader and, for that matter, an authentic person, one must see a field with no fence – opportunities abound if we choose to take them. I love his fresh point of view that all readers will appreciate.” Kate Leser, CEO/Founder, The Makeover Expert (Raleigh, NC)

#TheNischwitzGroup #speaker #coach #IntuitivePerspective

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"I Shouldn't Have to Tell Them"

This is a trap of leadership – the false belief that you shouldn’t have to tell your team (or customers) certain things.

While you can have expectations of your team members, if you’re thinking, “I shouldn’t have to tell them,” I encourage you to flip it and ask yourself: Why am I not setting clear expectations?

If your people aren’t meeting your expectations, ask yourself first whether you are setting clear expectations and asking your people for clear commitments. If not, then shift your communication from assuming to clarifying and, when in doubt, tell them what you expect.

#FearlessLeadership #Leaders #communication
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What’s Your Addiction?

The sad reality is, we’re an addicted culture. We may not think of ourselves as addicts, but the truth is, most of us have something in our lives we feel we can’t live without, like alcohol, relationships, shopping, drugs, television, busyness or even social media.

The other truth about addictions is that they exist to fill a hole. No matter what’s driving you, take a closer look at what you’re addicted to and explore the ways this behavior is or isn’t serving you.

Even seemingly innocent behaviors can have unintended consequences in every part of your life.

#CulturalAddiction #BehavioralAwareness #PersonalGrowth
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Watch this video with Jeff Nischwitz on Dumping the But (2:40)

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Act as if You’re the Owner

Leaders are constantly seeking ways to engage and empower their team members, but they often complain that their employees don’t care. While leadership includes engaging your team, it’s up to you to take ownership of your own engagement. The best path to self-engagement is to own it – to act as if you’re an owner of the organization.

Do you act as if an owner first OR does the organization need to earn the right to your ownership attitude? Embrace living as if you’re the owner and this mindset will change things for the better in your personal satisfaction and impact and in that of any organization.

#OwnIt #ChoiceIsYours #teamwork
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James Bond is famous for ordering a vodka martini, “shaken not stirred,” and life is much the same. If you can to have a great life, you’ll need to shake things up. Arrows of Truth will shake up your thinking to help you shift the experience of your life. http://www.nischwitzgroup.com/books-products/arrows-of-truth.

#ShakeUpYourLife #LiveWithConfidence #ArrowsOfTruth

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M&Ms are Precious

Yes, M&M candies are precious (especially peanut M&M’s), but that’s not what I’m referring to. I’m talking about two of the most precious things we all have access to every day. I’m talking about moments and memories.

When you’re present and open to the moment, you’ll create memories. We remember lots of things, but memories, whether big or small, are more than things we remember. Memories happen when we’re present in the moment. If you’re not present, you’re likely to miss the moment and thereby miss the opportunity for the memory.

#BePresent #IntentionalLiving #MomentsAndMemories
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