Leadership

How To Conquer Your Greatest Fear

»Posted by on Dec 1, 2011 in Business Communications, Coaching, Leadership, Personal Development | 0 comments

The number one fear people have is speaking before a group of people. Surveys tell us the fear of speaking is greater than the fear of dying.  To me, that makes speaking pretty important. The ability to speak effectively is important to your personal, social, and professional growth and development, and to your self-confidence. Do you feel totally at-ease speaking to a group of people? Do you get a little nervous just thinking about having to speak to a group of people? Now, be honest with yourself.  Do you simply panic at the thought of having to speak to a group of people? I’m going to tell you a...

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24 Business & Personal Skills To Master NOW!

»Posted by on Oct 31, 2011 in Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Personal Development, Success | 0 comments

You can stay ahead in your career by brushing up on each of these 24 vital skills. Whether you’re seeking your first job, a corporate executive, an entrepreneur, or a business owner the business skills you should master are the same. Self-Confidence: Nobody will have a higher opinion of you than you have of yourself.  To get others to believe in you, you must believe in you. Positive Attitude: When times are tough—and they will be—your positive attitude will boost your morale and the morale of everyone you influence. Listening: Being a good listener is a sigh of respect and patience for others.  It...

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Leadership: 20 Qualities of Genius

»Posted by on Oct 24, 2011 in Leadership, Personal Development | 0 comments

Your Brain Is A Super Computer The natural function of the brain is to learn, to explore, and to expand its own mental powers. We have in our head a vast, substantially-dormant super bio-computer, the human mind, given to us free at birth. The Nature of Genius The nature of genius is in all human beings; it is the nurture of that nature that is all-important; this view has been held by many of the great geniuses themselves. A study of 100 of the greatest geniuses in history proves that all our societal prejudices about genius are wrong. “Great intelligence is characterized by robust health, greater...

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Leadership: 8 Ways To Motivate Your People

»Posted by on Oct 20, 2011 in Leadership | 0 comments

Happy workers make a happy workplace, and a more creative and productive organization. Imagine arriving early, while sipping your morning coffee, looking out your office window seeing the eager, smiling faces of your employees stepping out of their cars and stepping lively inside to start their work day. This isn’t an impossible dream. Employee attitudes about their jobs, their employers, their fellow workers, and their customers almost always seeps down from the top. There are at least eight ways you can improve the attitudes of your employees and create a happier, more creative, and more productive...

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The #1 Thing Employees Crave

»Posted by on Oct 13, 2011 in Coaching, Human Resources, Leadership, Management | 0 comments

“I’ve quit a couple of jobs in my life,” a Nashville man told me recently.  “When I did,” he said,  “something odd usually happened – I was offered more money.” The interesting thing is the man quit anyway. “Only later did that strike me as backwards.” he said, “I hated working for the company, dreaded each and every day, felt like the life was being sucked out of me, and they wanted me to stay. “Who would want someone like that working for their company? People who feel that way are a cancer. I was a cancer to them and they were a cancer to me.” Logically,...

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What are you thinking?

»Posted by on Mar 30, 2011 in Achievement, Anger, Coaching, Common Sense, Customer Relationships, Happiness, Health, Inspiration, Leadership, Personal Development, Positive Thinking, Proverbs, Self-help, self-talk, Stress, Success, Wisdom | 0 comments

If you are in a funk, it’s your own fault! That is the truth, even if you think it’s a heartless thing for me to say.  What you think about is your responsibility.  You are in control. What you think is the only thing that matters.  The reason is simple.  This was known in ancient times. The writer of Proverbs in the Old Testament wrote about it. You become what you think about. You have control over what you think about.   You have control over what you allow to bother you. The way you feel is not someone else’s fault. Negativity and spoiled attitudes are not the result of some...

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