Setting goals for your business is like trying to hold water in your hands, isn’t it? Great ideas and great thoughts swirl through your head by the dozen, but when you try to put them all together into one cohesive and actionable lump, it doesn’t work. Like water, if you don’t use an effective method to contain and direct game … Continue reading
Just like our relatives, we usually have no choice in the matter when it comes to choosing our co-workers. On the job you are thrown together daily with people you must work with. Of course being the considerate human being that you are, you want to get along well with all your co-workers.Just like our relatives, we usually have no … Continue reading
Are you a manager or a leader? Many see these titles as synonymous, but the subtle difference in definition is quite important. Quite simply, all managers should strive to be leaders. Leaders are goal-oriented individuals who can visualize the “big picture.” Their credibility allows them to communicate effectively their ideas to others, thus motivating their team to action.
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You’ve heard it before: “A funny thing happened to me on the way here tonight.” This is a timeless example of how executives use humor as an effective tool. Unfortunately, many people fail to benefit from the value of using humor as a communication tool. A funny anecdote can draw people to your message and can emphasize a critical objective. … Continue reading
Do you have trouble accomplishing tasks simply because you can’t seem to find the time or the concentration? Have you noticed that if the task is something you enjoy, you somehow manage to find the time? Many people find that when they face a task they enjoy doing they don’t procrastinate. This is because they can anticipate the sense of … Continue reading