Management

It’s All About Priorities

»Posted by on Mar 25, 2013 in Achievement, Common Sense, Genius, Inspiration, Management, Motivation, Personal Development, Self Improvement, Self-help, Success | 0 comments

Sometimes I think if I hear one more person say, “I haven’t had time to . . . ,” I’ll just scream. That’s absurd.  They have the time.  You have the time.  I have the time.  Everybody has the time.  We have the same amount of time allotted to Thomas Jefferson, Michaelangelo, Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, and Ben Franklin. It isn’t about your time; it’s about your priorities. It’s about how you choose to use your time.  You can use your time doing things perfectly, and it could be the worst possible use of your time, because those things may not need doing...

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Effectiveness Can Be Learned

»Posted by on Jan 22, 2013 in Achievement, Common Sense, Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Personal Development, Self-help, Success, Wisdom | 0 comments

Effectiveness Can Be Learned We often think leaders and executives possess high intelligence, extreme creativity and stunning imagination, but these qualities are not in short supply.  Nor are they the most important qualities of executives. Whether executives work in government, business, hospitals, churches, universities or the military, they’re expected to get things done, and they’re expected to get the right things done. Effectiveness is in short supply in most organizations these days.  Why is that? I don’t know all the reasons, but I know one of the reasons.  If you think about it, you’ll...

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One Thing You Can’t Hide

»Posted by on Jan 7, 2013 in Achievement, Copywriting, Dictionary, Inspiration, Leadership, Management, Personal Development, Self Improvement, Self-help, Success, Wisdom, Writing | 0 comments

Knowledge is power, and knowledge is available to everyone.  If you remain ignorant, you can’t blame anyone but yourself.  How far you climb on the pyramid of achievement is determined to a large extent by your knowledge. Teach your youngsters and impress upon them the importance of knowing their language. You can’t know everything, so where do you start?  Scientific and educational studies show a clear correlation between language skills and achievement of every kind. You may live in the finest home in the most affluent neighborhood, drive the most expensive car, and dress in designer clothes, but...

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How To Stop Wasting Time and Be More Effective

»Posted by on Nov 2, 2011 in Business Growth, Coaching, Management, Personal Development, Sales & Marketing, Sales Training, Success | 0 comments

Almost everyone wants to be more organized, more productive, and more effective. It is hard to organize your life so you can live it.  It takes discipline, but it can be done.   Some people get more done than others, but everyone has the same amount of time.   The difference is how you use your time. You cannot manage time, but you can decide how you use it.  It is helpful to replace the term “time management” with “time utilization.”   Ask yourself: “How do I choose to use my time?” not “How can I manage my time.”  It will make a huge difference! We all have the same amount of time,...

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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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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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