Your attitude determines your altitude when facing adversity and a setback. Have you ever flown on a small plane beside the pilot? Among all those instruments and dials and switches on the dashboard of an airplane is what’s called an attitude indicator. Cam tells us what the attitude indicator does, and how it illustrates something we need, in order to thrive after a setback. Your attitude determines your altitude when facing adversity and a setback. Here's one key element about keeping a resilient attitude you don't want to miss.
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Cam Taylor provides some further thoughts about keeping a resilient attitude in this video:
And…There are several ways you can connect with Cam including how to find out about his new book "Detour: A Roadmap For When Life Gets Rerouted."
The best way to access his free material or purchase his book is on his website at www.camtaylor.net.
He has an email course on resiliency, an excerpt of his book to download for free, a journal that goes with the book or the option of signing up for a free exploratory coaching session.
Cam Taylor is a life and leadership coach, speaker, facilitator, and author.
He has worked with leaders, teams, and organizations for over 30 years.
Cam spent 21 years as a pastor before transitioning to a career as a coach and consultant.
He has always enjoyed bringing out the best in people and working with those who are eager to learn and grow.
For more details, case studies, and information about the coaching, training, and facilitation that Cam does, check out his InFocus Leadership Solutions site.
For Cam's resources on Transitional Ministry go to: http://tlm.outreach.ca/
For information on Outreach Canada’s ministry go to: http://www.outreach.ca/
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