About the Episode
We want to make ourselves the boss right now. We want to lose weight more quickly. In general terms, society has become addicted to short fixes. We want to believe that there is a hidden cheat code, hack, or shortcut for all of these. But, deep down, we see right through the deception, which makes us nervous. Today’s guest in the Pursuit of Learning podcast is an incredible individual who teaches how to reach the maximum potential at whatever point in our careers or lives. He offers winning tactics from the trenches, where the strongest minds dominate, based on his eight years of intensive Olympic training, near-death ocean adventures, and work as an executive coach and corporate trainer. Adam Kreek, an executive business coach, joins us today to address numerous aspects related to responsibility ethics and values-driven achievement techniques, which he teaches to increase professional impact and achievement.
Adam works with high-performing CEOs, business owners, and organizations to increase engagement, growth, and measurable results. His book, The Responsibility Ethic, a fascinating narrative with solid teaching and direct application, pushes business leaders worldwide to pursue their aspirations and accept responsibility for their achievement. He outlines the 12 basic principles of self-leadership that have driven his extraordinary accomplishments in The Responsibility Ethic and demonstrates how you may master them as well.
Throughout today’s conversation, Adam delivers mind-blowing explanations on locus of control and its importance, goal formulation, and goal attainment. Also, diving deep into the concept of shared leadership, he explains the three C’s of shared leadership. Additionally, Adam delves into how good stress and a self-assured attitude toward failure can completely revolutionize your life and career. Further, in The Responsibility Ethic, Adam delves into the various ways a person might accept responsibility in their personal lives, businesses, and leadership positions. These twelve responsibility ethics cover many topics, from taking responsibility for our fears and failures to mentoring, stress, leadership, and even safety. Readers will have a better grasp of taking greater ownership of their lives and careers through this book.
During the conversation, Adam highlights that not everything we do has to be about the journey, but rather the destination and journey. Also, he explains what it means to accept responsibility and how “responsibility ethics” might alter how you view yourself and the world during today’s conversation. Finally, ending the conversation, he emphasizes the necessity of professionalism, communication, and mentoring in workplace leadership.