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Courage Mindset SCORECARD

Approximately 10 mins

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When filling in this scorecard, you'll be presented with a set of mindsets to read through. For each one, you'll rate where you currently are, and where you would like to be in the future. Once you've completed the scorecard, an email with your completed scorecard will be sent to you.

In order to begin, the following issues need to be addressed:

Mindset 1: Disciplined with Your Time

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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You’re too busy to stick to a schedule and your daily to-do list is overwhelming. You have no time to give people who need your attention.
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You plan to stick to a schedule, but haven’t figured out how yet. You’ve thought about hiring an assistant, but don’t have time.
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You’ve mastered your time; others look to you as an example. You’re proud of your discipline. Your assistant keeps your schedule straight.
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You own your time. You delegate so you can focus on your priorities. You have time to undertake new thinking, ideas, and the next big thing.
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Mindset 2: Disciplined with Your Commitments

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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You commit to things that you shouldn’t but only because you really have no choice. You are paralyzed by your obligations.
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One day, you can stop doing so much but right now, you’re the only one who can do most things. Delegating tasks yields unpredictability.
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You delegate most things that you don’t like, but hold on to the important tasks because you need to be the final decision maker.
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You’re careful with commitments and think about if they’ll benefit the company. You have strong boundaries and focus on the company’s needs.
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Mindset 3: Disciplined with Your Thoughts

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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You can’t keep up with everything you should think about for the future. You’re in a cycle of worry and negativity about today’s issues.
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When you take the time to think, you have brilliant ideas, but distractions pull you away. You worry that others won’t listen to your ideas.
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You are well-read and know what’s going on in the world. Other people respect your ability to apply the lessons you’ve learned.
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You like input from trusted sources. You focus on short-term solutions and long-term vision. Thinking about your thinking is second nature.
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Mindset 4: Lighten Up Your Reflections

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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It’s ridiculous; the company keeps making mistakes. You make sure people know who’s to blame. Your resentment for others causes conflict.
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Praising people is great, but you forget to do it. When you do, you notice the results. It’s tiring keeping up with everyone and their work.
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You plan for “fun” and everyone feels appreciated. People seem more comfortable being themselves, and that makes you feel optimistic.
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When you slow down to celebrate wins & learn from losses in a fun way, it works. Your team’s confidence skyrockets when they are recognized.
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Mindset 5: Lighten Up Your Language

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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You’re very serious with what you say. Being too casual causes people to lose their sense of urgency or causes authority to be minimized.
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You’d like to have fun and laugh, but your problems are too serious. You’re surprised when the “fun” people find satisfaction at work.
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You hear laughter in the office. People like to work here; you’re proud to be their leader. You make a point to seem like a “real person.”
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You use laughter to keep the team going; it produces more creative, effective solutions. You’re approachable and you treat your team well.
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Mindset 6: Lighten Up Your Environment

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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You sometimes hear people complain about your office space. You like to keep costs down so spending money on the office is low on your list.
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You have ideas for creating a unique space but you have a long way to go. Changing the work environment sounds great, but makes you anxious.
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Your offices are admired by others. You’ve spent money making sure people have what they need. Employees feel encouraged.
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You create spaces the team loves to be in & that communicate vision. You experiment with the environment, so people know you like new ideas.
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Mindset 7: Experiment with Curiosity

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

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Your industry is late in the innovation game; there’s not much to learn, but you worry competitors may have an advantage over your company.
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You’re sure you could do more for your customers if you just knew what it was. You worry that asking will make your company seem weak.
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You ask customers if there’s anything to improve. You create solutions that they’ll pay for. You feel that there is more growth possible.
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You always co-create solutions with your customers. They count on you to accelerate their growth. Your team tries new ideas & stays curious.
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Mindset 8: Experiment with a New Approach

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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What the company does now works well; your customers are satisfied. You can be pessimistic when others present new ideas.
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You like new ideas, but they must produce results right away. You don’t have time to mess up. You get irritated when new ideas don’t work.
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You’re cutting edge and have won awards for innovation in the marketplace. You’ve been recognized for your ideas and feel accomplished.
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You love the phrase “Try it!” and engage the company in finding better ways to do what you do. Not every new approach works and that’s ok!
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Mindset 9: Experiment with Testing

Select a number on each side, one for where you feel you score currently, and where you want to be.

Currently, I am I want to be
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Trying new things is a waste of effort and money. Even if you make some good progress, you like to stick with what works.
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You try things but get frustrated if a client/team member isn’t on board. You go back to old ways but are disappointed with the status quo.
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You’re top in your industry in customer satisfaction. You fix anything customers don’t like so your reputation is not negatively affected.
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Progress is not easy, so you methodically iterate when you are experimenting. You don’t get disappointed when your first try does not work.
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