Discover Transcendent Collaboration Beyond the Obvious | #PeopleSkills

When people go beyond the obvious and mundane they create transcendent collaboration and unparalleled results. So, individually what must we move past and what must do differently to transcend with others?



Transcendent Collaboration: Image is Roald Dahl quote

Transcendent Collaboration: Discover It Beyond the Obvious.

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Transcendent Collaboration: What Must We Move Beyond?

  • Ego. An insecure demanding ego is a drag on momentum. Ego demands attention and energy, eats it up, and demands more.

  • Fear. Everyday fears cloud our view of the horizon. Identify your fears so you can move beyond them.

  • Habit. Habits keep us doing the same mundane patterns. Move beyond them and we find transcendent collaboration and new possibilities.

  • Self-absorption. How far can any of us go when all we think of is ourselves? No matter how deep a person is, after awhile it’s a life of the obvious.

  • Competition. It is true that competition can energize people. Yet when it becomes the primary goal, it blocks what we can discover and invent together.

  • Constant negativity. Starting with a problem can spark transcendent collaboration and solutions. Sitting around claiming that nothing can be done discovers nothing. We must believe that anything is possible.



Transcendent Collaboration: Positive mind quote.

Transcendent Collaboration: Positive minds find opportunity in everything.

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Transcendent Collaboration: Make It Happen


Like yourself & who you really are. You will find the courage to explore!

Show true respect. It’s a deeply shared human need. It unleashes transcendent collaboration.

Be insatiably curious. What can you learn today?

See the wonder in diverse people and how they think and view the world.

    Driver personality types view the world through the lens of results. They create magic through energy, ideas, and confidence. Amiables bring bonding talent that draws everyone together. Expressives ignite collaboration through verbal and non-verbal imagery. Analytics show everyone how the ideas make sense as they intersect the details with logic.





Transcendent Collaboration: Replace fear with wonder. It will transform your life. ~Kate Nasser



From my professional experience to your success,
Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™

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2 Responses to “Discover Transcendent Collaboration Beyond the Obvious | #PeopleSkills”

  1. Alli Polin says:

    When we get caught up in blame and wanting credit, we miss the opportunity to do some amazing work that’s only possible through collaboration. As I read what we must move beyond I was nodding the entire time. The key is to take a hard look in the mirror, make necessary changes and move forward – together.

    Will share!

    Alli

    • Kate Nasser says:

      Hi Alli,
      You add a specific dimension to this discussion — that blaming or craving credit — can derail the magic of collaboration. So true. Thanks for your voice here!

      Kate

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