The Undivided Life
Volume 14 - May 30, 2023
Making Business Human
By combining strategy, culture, and a passion for human flourishing,
Undivided Life emboldens, empowers, and equips leaders to create
thriving organizations and experience true success.
Jeff on Aggie Growth Hacks Podcast
Dignity, Empowerment, Purpose, Solidarity, Justice
"As a leader you should give dignity to all things. In every interaction you have in your life, business or not. We try to make business human. And dignity is at the forefront of that."
Optionality (Online Course)
Turn Your Existing Assets Into Reliable Cash Flow.
Do you want to trade options but have no idea where to start?
Have you been told to stay clear of the risks while watching others use options as a source of income?
Nick's approach allows you to utilize your existing assets and stocks to create a consistent stream of income.
This course is made specifically for anyone who dreams of a better financial future and is willing to put in 1 hour a week to earn an extra income.
With Optionality, you will not only be getting the basics of how trading options works, but you will also receive:
- Nick's proprietary spreadsheet that analyzes a given option contract and tells you whether that is an average trade, an exceptional one, or one you should avoid.
- 30 days of access to our online investment community, The 8th Wonder, which goes beyond just option trading and covers all things investing.
- Access to Nick and others already in the community who have profited over $100,000 from using the Optionality system.*
- Confidence in your ability to earn income that you gain the freedom to leave a job and do what you've always dreamed of. (This is exactly what Nick did to become an entrepreneur and bring you this course!)
If this sounds interesting to you, sign up for Optionality and take one more step towards living your Undivided Life.
"Obviously, he is trying to make me look bad."
He constantly undermines my authority, and I’m not sure why he is so against me.
In our upset, we quickly proclaim that we know exactly what someone else is thinking.
We make definitive statements about the heart of another person.
We repeat these sentiments until they are too true to possibly be wrong.
We “obviously” know something,
And if we say it enough,
Everyone else believes it, too.
But that simply isn’t the case.
I’ve coached individuals and groups enough to see that no one can ever fully know the intentions and perspectives of another person.
When you dig in on the most painful issues, you find that intentions are often very different from our perceptions.
When two people hold the same image in their hand and explain to me what they see, their answers are often very different. They literally see a still image differently than one another.
If we see images differently, imagine how differently we must see complex relationships and ongoing communication….
Yet we state that someone is “obviously” acting in a certain way for some reason that we know for sure.
The next time you claim that you know another person’s intentions, take a deep breath and acknowledge that you couldn’t possibly know the complete picture.
That will open the door for dialogue and give room for grace and understanding.