Think you don’t have an evil nemesis? Or have one and not know how to handle them?
It’s a common fallacy that a nemesis is one person, it could be a group of people or a habit or set of behaviors you just can’t shake.
Here are some recent examples:
One executive has had her four biggest executive supporters leave the company simultaneously, now the voice of one executive has the potential to cause her to quit or severely hamper her promotion prospects.
Another executive has just joined a new company and the technical division is at odds with his creative team causing endless spin cycles of distraction and confusion.
An executive who decided to focus inwardly on his company and delivering incredible products for the last three years has now realized his network is dehydrated and out of date just at the very point when an acquisition means his executive role no longer exists.
Another executive has been so swamped delivering, he hasn’t been able to focus his attention on upgrading and hiring the senior team needed to grow the business for the long term, his nose is barely above the waterline of activity and reactive projects
Unlike the movie Beetle Juice, naming your nemesis three times won’t make it appear or be resolved, but it will bring an awareness to something you likely need to spend more time and attention on.
What or who is your evil nemesis?
Is your concern based on observable behavior and evidence or stories you have made up in your head?
Who can help you tackle your evil nemesis? Do you have an issue to resolve, facts to clarify, relationships to build, or something else?
For the first ten people to reply, tell me your evil nemesis and I’ll give you some fast ways you can tackle it once and for all.
Dedicated to growing your business,
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