Whatever your business title is, being present to people (employees, managers, clients, prospects, vendors) can have a significant positive impact. In this week’s Tip, the image Steve Straus creates with the example of a waiter clearly illustrates the power of this simple tool.
What do you do to get back on track when you are feeling out of control and pulled in multiple directions? Today’s Tip by Simon Tyler provides a very simple question to ask yourself each day to put yourself back in the driver’s seat, “What do I want?”
This week’s Tip does not only apply to Small Business Owners. No matter what your level is in the working world, you could benefit by awareness to how these 7 flaws could be impacting you and the solutions to overcome them. I know I’ve suffered from each of these traits from time to time.
When I was taking my initial coaching training courses back in 1997, one of the competencies we worked on was Active Listening: the ability to focus completely on what the client is saying and is not saying, to understand the meaning of what is said in the context of the client’s desires, and to support client self-expression. People have always told me I’m a good listener. It goes hand in hand with my introverted nature. And yet, we can always improve our strengths. Hence, this week’s Tip with ideas for improving your listening skills.
Earlier this month I took a class in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). One of the foundational beliefs of NLP is: There is no such thing as failure, only feedback. In this week’s article, Chris Widener explores this concept and the impact of the fear of failure.
Are you working efficiently and smart, or are you out of control? Stop, take a breath, and read this article: Make sure you’re working effectively.
Do you wonder about following up with prospects – how, how often, what do I say? This article by Robert Middleton provides 3 client attracting steps to master.
Don’t avoid it any longer. Take some action, any action right now that you’ve been avoiding. You’ll be glad you did.
Here’s a different approach to managing your procrastination.
One of the keys to success in business and life is to have successful relationships. In this tip, Chris Widener shares his recommended tool for creating this result.