I know that here in Massachusetts, personal and professional growth is important to individuals. When I open my computer inbox each morning, there are half a dozen offers from networking groups, training companies and well known authors sharing their upcoming seminar to help me become better at some aspect of myself. Some of these are very affordable while some come with a hefty price tag. This week’s tip by Chris Widener shares how you can use these offerings to motivate your employees.
When I am in the process of making a decision, I’m not always clear on what it is I want. Many times I get there by stating what I don’t want. This week’s Tip, by William Howatt, follows a similar process by providing behaviors that are not recommended for leaders. For those of you who are interested in what behaviors could guide you as a leader, I have provided in the Insights section below The Lone Ranger’s Creed.
The difference between the thinker who succeeds and the thinker who doesn’t is that the thinker who succeeds also ACTS!
When you are at work, do you show up fully? Even if you aren’t exactly where you want to be (yet), being committed to what is now can create opportunities for what is to come.
More specific language leads to more productivity.
When it all comes down to it, we must act upon our vision, beliefs, and ideals or we won’t see them come to fruition.
The only real purpose of a goal is to inspire you to fall more deeply in love with your life. Read more to learn more.