Of mice and men -- running the good race

source: http://www.empowernetwork.com
They say the corporate life is not for everyone. It's a rat race, and one where you find yourself running round in circles like a hamster on a wheel.

And if you're a woman, the act of balancing work and life and 'challenges' from peers increase the effort the sport demands.

While a woman entrepreneur might not have the politics that goes with 'corporate governance', she has a fair share of competition as she strives to establish herself in the market.

To stay ahead of the pack demands stamina and endurance, both physical and mental. It also requires a certain amount of skill to extricate yourself from a situation and look at it dispassionately. It's amazing how many people come out in front just by stepping out of their heads and getting a whole new perspective on their situation.

You can develop this ability that many great leaders have and you can learn to perfect it unconsciously. It's amazing how a corporate athlete like you can train your mind and physiology to respond positively to previously debilitating circumstances, propelling you forward.

Our clients hire us to build this internal mechanism that kicks into gear on auto pilot. Be it making decisions, speaking to authority or standing up in front of large audiences, our coachees have come out on top.

"I must admit, I was very disappointed when I was singled out to be coached, thinking my manager had it in for me. Barely a few minutes into the session, however, I realised how much I stood to gain from this personalised program. I'm now a confident speaker and participate boldly in team meetings. Highly recommend this for anyone wanting to get ahead." Komal Kumar