Jan 20, 2021
“We can control two things: our own attitudes and own efforts.” - Erin Diehl
failed it! Fam – we are so happy you’re back for the final part of the “Steal Our Vision Setting Techniques” series! You are just ONE step closer to making your goals- your reality!
Get ready to make your visions happen by tracking and putting the time into those “I AM” statements you’ve created in Part 2 of this series. You will hear all about the “Track Star Method” Erin provides to make your goals come to life. Today’s exercise provides you with tangible and actionable ways to put some momentum towards the life and career you really want. Grab your notebook and let’s make our 2021 visions happen!
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About Erin Diehl:
Erin Diehl is the founder and Chief “Yes, And” officer of improve it! and host of the failed it! Podcast. She’s a performer, facilitator and professional risk-taker who lives by the mantra, “get comfortable with the uncomfortable.” Through a series of unrelated dares, Erin has created improve it!, a unique professional development company that pushes others to laugh, learn and grow. Her work with clients such as United Airlines, PepsiCo, Groupon, Deloitte, Motorola, Walgreens, and The Obama Foundation earned her the 2014 Chicago RedEye Big Idea Award and has nominated her for the 2015-2019 Chicago Innovations Award.
This graduate from Clemson University is a former experiential marketing and recruiting professional as well as a veteran improviser from the top improvisational training programs in Chicago, including The Second City, i.O. Theater, and The Annoyance Theatre.
When she is not playing pretend or facilitating, she enjoys running and patio dinners with her husband and son, and their eight pound toy poodle, BIGG Diehl.