“Imagine if everybody’s best versions of them was affecting their world right now.” – Kevin Buffini
To successfully navigate these often stressful and uncertain times, it’s vital to self-manage and be self-aware. In this episode, David Lally, producer of “The Brian Buffini Show,” interviews Buffini & Company Heritage Profile™ expert Kevin Buffini to discover how you can best manage your natural gifts and abilities in a crisis situation. Topics discussed include why people react so differently to challenges and how devising and sticking to a plan can help to get you through difficulties.
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YOU WILL LEARN:
- How to stop your natural abilities becoming liabilities.
- How to be both aware of your abilities and beware of how you use them.
- How to manage your profile with care in a crisis situation.
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INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE:
“Anytime something bad is happening to us, our bodies want to save us from that. So, we go into a fight or flight response.” – Kevin Buffini
“In a state of heightened intensity, our strongest abilities act out first.” – Kevin Buffini
“Self-awareness helps with great self-management.” – Kevin Buffini
“Your most intense abilities will always be the things that drive your actions. So, if you’re just relying on muscle memory, stop and ask yourself: am I helping or hurting right now?” – Kevin Buffini
“You want to be intentional with the strengths that you have. We want you to use the abilities that you have. So, start trying to figure out who can you help with your abilities, and where can you help with your abilities.” – Kevin Buffini
“If we can think before we act, then we just updated our self-ware.” – Kevin Buffini
“People are being forced to reflect and work on their life, not just in their life. And I think there’s a moment and there’s an opportunity for us here if we will just act on it.”– Kevin Buffini