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One of my favorite quotes that I live by is by Jim Rohn who said, “Your level of success rarely exceeds your level of personal development.” In many ways what Jim is referring to capacity. Expanding our capacity is one thing. But taking care of our capacity is just as important. 

Capacity isn’t just about doing more. Capacity is also about making space. I often tell my coaching clients, “strive to be bored.” Because when you have achieved “boredom” you have gotten to a place where you can do more by expending less energy. But in many ways building and nurturing your capacity is about doing the inner work, and I’m always looking for new ways of doing the inner work that will produce actionable results. 

To show us how we can elevate ourselves by building our capacity in a variety of ways, I’ve brought on the founder and CEO of Acceleration Partners, Robert Glazer. 

Robert is a global partner marketing agency and the recipient of numerous industry and company culture awards, including Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards two years in a row. He is the author of the inspirational newsletter Friday Forward, author of the Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller, Elevate, and of the international bestselling book, Performance Partnerships.  He is a sought-after speaker by companies and organizations around the world and is the host of The Elevate Podcast.

Learn how to clearly define your core values and understand your personal capacities, by downloading this episode now. 


“When you know what you want, you need to make space to do what you need to do.” - Robert Glazer

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    • Capacity is not just about doing more. It’s also about making space.
    • The more giving of a profession, the more the need to refill capacity.
    • Resilience is your willingness to see things through but there has to be a ‘why’ to it. Otherwise it can be self-defeating.
    • Spiritual capacity is the North Star of your alignment. 
    • Intellectual capacity is how you go about getting yourself aligned with your core values.
    • One-word core values aren’t helpful. They need more context to be impactful. 
    • Emotional capacity is how you manage challenging situations.

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