Perspective Revisited

Last March, I wrote about the value of cultivating proper perspective. How  – on the course and in life –  the perspective that comes from awareness and high consciousness leads to great performances.

I returned home to Cleveland today after spending the past three days with my family, celebrating and remembering the life of a very special lady: my mom. She was one person who knew what was really important.

And I’m feeling like the events of the past week were the kind that help to put lots of things in my life into perspective.

I thought you might enjoy revisiting this post from March in which I relate a special experience that reminded me about the value of perspective.

Paul Monahan, PCC is a Mental Game coach, member of the International Coach Federation and a certified COR.E Performance Dynamics Specialist. He resides in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife Paula and is the proud dad to three young men.

Paul Monahan

Paul Monahan

I have been very fortunate to have enjoyed a 25-year sales and marketing career at some of the most recognizable brand-name organizations in North America. And along the way, I have met and worked with some incredible mentors and leaders whose impact is still with me today. Throughout my career, I have maintained a couple key philosophies: First: Treat People Honestly, and Fairly. Second: The best way to succeed is to find out what OTHERS need…and SERVE their interests FIRST. Through the joys of victory, and in the disappointments of defeat, my experiences, training and observations have shaped me into the LEADER and CREATOR I am today. In my business, my family, my community and my LIFE.

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