What’s the easiest way to change your energy? When I played soccer in my ’40s, I always played rock and roll on the car radio on the way to the match to get in the right frame of mind. This Tip by Jeffrey Gitomer applies the same music theory to sales.
Is that little voice in your head using positive or negative words? This Tip by Steve Straus illustrates the power of the positive voice.
Want your employees to contribute more to your company? This Tip by David Horsager provides ways to get people on board.
Are you on track to accomplish the goals you set for this year? If your answer is “goals, what goals?” – this Tip is for you.
Is your goal this year to build your business through public speaking? In this week’s Tip, Judith Humphrey offers a succinct recommendation for connecting with your audience
I love a good story! Don’t you? I agree with what Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch share in this week’s Tip about using storytelling to share your leadership vision.
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.