Ten-to-Win with Kim Anthony: Top 10 Habits of Highly Exceptional Women
Upland, CA-- Exceptional women seemed to have mastered the habit is doing ordinary things extraordinarily well. The result? Sustainable excellence. In this edition of "Ten-to-Win," Kim shares the Top 10 Habits of Highly Exceptional Women. Enjoy!
1. They focus on excellence over excess. Instead of allowing themselves to be distracted by excessive details and expectations, they focus on being excellent in what’s most important to them first.
2. Their health and well-being are as important as their goals. Highly exceptional women know that without health, virtually nothing is possible. They eat healthy, exercise regularly, and always make time for recreating, spiritual reflection and renewal.
3. They know their strengths and compensate for their weaknesses. Everyone has things that they are naturally talented at -- and some things, well, not so much. Highly exceptional women operate in their areas of strength -- but, they don't deny their shortcomings. They are not afraid to ask for support.
4. They trust and follow their intuition. Highly exceptional women tend to be very tuned-in to their instincts. They tend not to cater to society's expectations of them – and follow their heart and inner-compass towards what they expect from themselves.
5. They set high standards for themselves. And although they routinely set high standards for themselves, they don’t allow the concept of this level of excellence to intimidate them. They set big goals and then simply pour themselves into doing their absolute best.
6. They plan their work and work their plan. Highly exceptional women are clear about what they want for themselves, both professionally and personally. Then they tend not to settle for delivering anything less than their absolute highest and best.
8. They set SMART goals. They don’t just create "to-do lists. They always factor in any resources needed as well as time for travel and delays.
9. They are notorious single taskers. Highly exceptional women know multitasking is a myth. They believe that being a "jack of all trades" renders them "a master of none," and instead choose focus and discipline on one task -- or project at a time.
10. They adjust their course, as needed. They know that success rarely happens in a straight line. It's more like a guide missal that veers to the left to the right -- always keeping focus on their ultimate goal, constantly evolving, integrating new strategies, and reevaluating after each step.
Kim Anthony is living her life's mission of helping others fulfill theirs. She has turned her passion for empowering mission-driven entrepreneurs into a thriving training and coaching firm that is dedicated to supporting individuals and organizations in creating positive change in their communities. For more information, visit her on online atwww.UrbanPhilanthropy.org or call 310-773-6140 or 909-949-3099.