Episode 76: CEO in the Bedroom
Are you the CEO of your bedroom, as well as the boardroom? Most of the time the answer is no, but let’s talk about this. Competitive, ambitious, critical thinker, these are some of the common traits every CEO should have. But over the last few years, the skills that CEOs are required to possess have shifted to also include empathy and social skills. Not only is it important for executive leadership to have these qualities, but all employees should work to relate to one another and be kinder to each other.
But did you know that the success of your relationship has a direct correlation to the success of your career? You can’t treat your spouse like an employee and expect your partnership to flourish, it has to be a priority that you put genuine effort into. Having positive working relationships is a lot more obtainable if your personal relationships are thriving. When you have problems in your relationship, it makes it harder to have empathy and patience for others. This is why it’s incredibly important to get all areas of your life aligned, so you too can live your best life!
“…these things that as CEOs you’re now required to have, things like the ability to coordinate, ability to communicate, those will come a lot more naturally, if your relationship is also thriving.”
– Sarrah Rose
In This Episode:
- How a healthy romantic relationship can lead to a positive work environment.
- CEOs need to be able to lead their teams but they also need to be able to connect on a more personal level.
- Aligning your mental, physical, emotional, and energetic bodies is the best way to create optimal results in all areas of your life!
- And, so much more!