Paulius Tuzikas on Personal goal setting and habit formationShaping better work environmentsSome time ago
Over the years of experimenting with habits and routines I found out that my morning sets up the tone for the rest of the day. When I take ownership of my mornings and achieve some small wins I feel energized, fresh and ready to tackle the day. Here are my top 2 techniques for starting every day strong: https://medium.com/@paulius.tuz/it-all-starts-with-you-1-2-tools-to-kick-off-your-day-d9d6a25fa965
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Paulius Tuzikas on Personal goal setting and habit formationShaping better work environmentsSome time ago
Quite often we are good at starting new things: books, habits, hobbies, activities - you name it. But what about stopping? What is at least one thing you should stop doing in order to become a better person or achieve your goals?

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Paulius TuzikasShaping better work environments
My short answer is...make that habit difficult/impossible or try replacing it with other activity. I highly recommend a book called Atomic Habits by James Clear if you would like to learn more about habits.
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Paulius Tuzikas on Personal goal setting and habit formationShaping better work environmentsSome time ago
Humans are a social species, tribal by nature. We need each other to survive and thrive. Whether it’s a new habit or other positive change in your life - it’s easier if you’re not alone. Learn more about the value of an accountability partner in this 3min read post. https://medium.com/@paulius.tuz/the-power-of-changing-together-b064e7d5f5c8
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Paulius Tuzikas on Personal goal setting and habit formationShaping better work environmentsSome time ago
Hi Paulius! How much self-awareness and self-care is important in your work as an agile coach? Please share some examples or stories when a lack of wellbeing (e.g. depressive mood, burnout) on the part of an agile coach had negatively affected his/her work outcomes or customer satisfaction. Thank you!
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I believe that self-awareness and self-care are important for anyone regardless of profession.

As an Agile Coach I tap into the areas of mindset, behaviour and attitude of people that encourage better ways of collaborating. The way how I show up has a significant impact on the way how people receive my messages and their openness to explore the ideas I share.

With that in mind, self-care and self-awareness are essential competencies that help me as an Agile Coach to show up in a better, more energetic, positive stance and in a way that helps to connect with people.


Unfortunately, I think that the lack of wellbeing does not always result in negative work outcomes and that’s a trap that quite a few people fall into. People can still do OK type of work or achieve a bare minimum to not get fired even while suffering from lack of wellbeing. Only people with high level of self-awareness can notice their mental state and find their ways to practice self-care to not only take a better care of themselves, but also contribute to a more healthy environment around.

People have an incredible potential. Quite often it’s even bigger than they think it is and self-awareness and self-care are two keys that can help to unlock it.



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