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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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“I have had the opportunity to witness firsthand Jeff Nischwitz's arrows of truth. Jeff has a rare gift of seeing the gold and obstacles in others and sharing it – arrows of truth – with love and a sincere desire to help people see what they're ready to see. Arrows of Truth offers you many different shifts in perspective that will help you find your own truth.” Walter Rakowich, Business Leader, Author & Former CEO of Prologis (Denver, CO)

#TheNischwitzGroup #ConsciousLeadership #ArrowsofTruth
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There Will Be Casualties (That’s the Deal)

Most of us like our comfort zones. We have an inherent desire to protect ourselves from being hurt. While this need for protection is natural, it will typically keep you from having the impact and relationships you desire in business and in your personal life. Why? Because there is always risk.

The truth about risks is that when you take them, there is also a risk of people casualties. The question is not whether there will be casualties when you take risks, but whether you’re willing to take the risks knowing there will be casualties (because the objectives are worth it).

#TaketheRisk #Authenticity #LeadTheShift
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Life Altering Versus Life Accessing

During my Camino walk, people often referred to it as a “life altering experience.” On my final day in Spain as I was journaling about my experience, I wrote these words:

“The Camino is not life altering, it’s life accessing.”

I realized that walking the Camino didn’t alter my life, but it did give me access to a different perspective of me, of the world, and of me in the world.

Rather than always looking for ways to alter your life or your outcomes, seek ways to access yourself and your life differently. Make sure to enjoy the sweet ride that will come with this different perspective.

#LifeAltering #LifeAccessing
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Watch as Jeff Nischwitz shares on how busy keeps you from the big stuff (1:24)
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What Are You Waiting For?

My question to all of you is simple: What are you waiting for? There are tens of thousands of experiences and adventures open to you around the world, around the country and even right in your neighborhood.

Life is short. Death is real. Life as you know it will end in one way or another (due to aging, illness, injury or death). This is your one life, choose to live it more boldly than ever before. Choose to dive in and bite into the juicy peach of life and let it drip down your chin. I ask you one final time: What are you waiting for?

#WhatAreYouWaitingFor #LiveBoldly #LeadtheShift
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Most of us live our lives according to made up stories in our head. The other option is to confront those stories, shift your perspectives and see the world and yourself differently. Arrows of Truth offers you bite sized shifts to help you shift the experience of your life.

http://www.nischwitzgroup.com/books-products/arrows-of-truth.

#ShifttheExperience #OneStoryataTime #ArrowsOfTruth
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Slow Down

One thing I learned on the Camino is that to really see things, I need to slow down. The same is true regarding people– to see them, you must slow down. When you’re driving you only catch glimpses of things and people as you speed past. The same is true when you are running or moving quickly through your day. But when you slow down, you get to experience people, places and things in amazing, different and rich ways.

You may not walk the Camino, but you can slow down. The only question is whether you will choose to slow down to see differently, experience more deeply and connect more authentically.

#CaminodeSantiago #SlowDown #BePresent
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Everyone Has "Employment" History
Naive leaders believe (consciously or unconsciously) that team members come to your team or organization with little or no employment "history" or employment baggage, but it is naive. Everyone -- everyone -- has employment baggage no matter where they came from or how much prior employment history they have. All of this employment baggage impacts their perspectives, which means that leaders need to anticipate and expect this employment baggage and lead assuming the existence of employment baggage (rather than assuming that team members come with a clean slate). http://ow.ly/rXOZ30cOs7m
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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
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