Many of us have learned to manage our business, our finances, and our calendars with strategy and intention.
But what could it look like to manage ourselves with the same focused approach?
Peter Drucker wrote an article in Harvard Business Review way titled Managing Oneself.
He was pointing to a new life mastery as our society provides so many choices.
During the webinar, Lloyd Reeb and Doug Piper are joined by Halftime Alum and Managing Partner of Chambers Interests, Pete Chambers, to explore the art of pursuing intentionality without insisting on control.
Pete first encountered Halftime in his 20s and has discovered many unexpected blessings on the journey of pursuing his “creative best.” During our time together, Pete and Lloyd share key strategies for pursuing intentionality without insisting on control.
6 Elements of a Chief Life Officer
1. Deep dependence on God for wisdom and direction. This means discipline and daily/yearly time alone with God.
2. Clear vision for your desired future – in a holistic way, not just for your career.
3. Written strategy to live out that vision – clear, measurable, specific.
4. Calendar and finances designed to reflect that vision and plan.
5. The people around – those you have chosen to love extravagantly should be in alignment with and supportive of that vision and plan.
6. Regular time for systematic review, reflection, and adjustments. Consider an annual review every December and send your strategy to the people you love for honest feedback.
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Getting connected with a group of like-minded peers and a Halftime Certified™ Coach to create a custom, holistic plan for the days ahead could be a great next step. How could our fellowship of friends best come alongside you?
ABOUT OUR FEATURED ALUM, PETE CHAMBERS:
Pete Chambers is an entrepreneur and businessman at heart. A graduate of Texas Christian University, Pete’s career started in plant operations, sales, and business development for Chemical Lime Company, now a Lhoist Group Company. He later went back to school to attend the University of Texas MBA program, where his entrepreneurial drive gained traction. Soon after moving back to his hometown of Fort Worth, he purchased Diamond H Recognition, an employee recognition company. Under Pete’s direction as CEO and Chairman, the business was transformed into an employee engagement software platform serving Fortune 1000 companies worldwide. The company re-branded as Inspirus in 2009 and sold to Sodexo in 2016.
Pete is currently living out his mission to serve, lead, and connect leaders in thriving organizations as Managing Partner at Chambers Interests, a single-family-investment office. Constant learning and personal growth have been Pete’s hallmark, compelling him to complete seven Halftime Institute programs and seminars, the YPO Harvard Executive Program, YPO Mergers and Acquisitions Seminar, Wharton School of Wealth Management Program, and the Insead Executive Management Program in Europe. Pete has served as President of the West Texas Chapter of Young Presidents’ Organization(YPO) and has been an active member of his YPO forum for over 25 years. He is a devoted disciple of Christ and is a member of Christ Chapel Bible Church. He serves as Chairman of the Board at Rivertree Academy, a private, Christian school serving under-resourced students in a low-income community in Fort Worth. Pete and his wife, Raney, have been married 27 years and have three daughters.