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IMPACTING

im·pact verb gerund or present participle: impacting /imˈpakt/

1. have a strong effect on someone or something.

The act of making an impact is a big part of Bottleneck. In order for us to be taken seriously as a business, we MUST maintain
a strong and consistent message that is known throughout the entire company.

MINDFUL

mind·ful / ˈmīn(d)fəl/ adjective

Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx, said it best. Every person in their life has had a million dollar idea. The difference is whether or not you take action.

Get started now and figure it out along the way. You cannot be afraid of failure. Instead... embrace it and learn from it.

PROFESSIONALS

pro·fes·sion·al /prəˈfeSH(ə)n(ə)ls/ noun

1. a person engaged or qualified in a profession.

In order to understand our audience, we must first know who our audience is. By understanding who our audience is, only then are we able to communicate with them in such a way that addresses their real-time challenges in both life and their profession..

LEADERSHIP

lead·er·ship / ˈlēdərˌSHip/ noun

1. the action of leading a group of people or an organization.

Being a leader is being able to guide people through a challenge with a specific and designed system. While mistakes will be made, the system will be there as a guide to reference any needed course corrections.

EQUALITY

e·qual·i·ty / əˈkwälədē/ noun

1. have a strong effect on someone or something.

The act of making an impact is a big part of Bottleneck. In order for us to be taking seriously as a business, we MUST maintain a strong and consistent message that is known throughout the entire company.

MOTIVATION

/ˌmōdəˈvāSH(ə)n/ noun

1. the reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way.

Everyone is motivated. The question we have to ask ourselves is are you motivated in a positive manner? Without motivation, the simplest task may be hard to complete. Together, we will get you back on track.

EDUCATION

ed·u·ca·tion /ˌejəˈkāSH(ə)n/ noun

1. the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction.

To quote Confucius, “True wisdom is knowing what you don't know.” Whether it is through books, online courses or practicing the art of listening, we appreciate learning from our clients and sharing the wisdom we've been fortunate enough to gain over the past decade.

NURTURE

nur·ture /ˈnərCHər/ verb

1. care for and encourage the growth or development of.

It’s starts with a mindset, and often one of the biggest obstacles to overcome in order to nurture our relationships is to intentionally seek a plan for opportunities to engage with our clients.

THOUGHTFULNESS

thought·ful·ness /ˈTHôtfəlnəs/ noun

1. consideration for the needs of other people.

Thoughtfulness is the ability to empathise with others. We want to put ourselves in our client's shoes and attempt to understand how they feel.

WORD OF THE YEAR: 2020 - IMPLEMENT

Implement

im·ple·ment
verb
/’imple,ment/
1. put (a decision, plan, agreement, etc.) into effect.
Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx, said it best. Every person in their life has had a million dollar idea. The difference is whether or not you take action.

Get started now and figure it out along the way. You cannot be afraid of failure. Instead... embrace it and learn from it.

Implementation is the process of executing a plan or policy so that a concept becomes a reality. To implement a plan properly, managers should communicate clear goals and expectations, and supply team members with the resources needed to help the company achieve its vision, mission and core values.