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Applying the Law of Attraction to Your Thoughts

May 29, 2014 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Rhonda Byrnes best-selling book, “The Law of Attraction,” revealed a lot of things precisely how our thoughts establish what our way of life could very well be. The reasoning within the Law of Attraction claims that that which we project straight into the universe directly comes back to us to affect our way of life …

How to Turn Adversity Into a Profitable Story

December 29, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Your life is a story. Some of us have dramas and some of us have comedies. Others may feel their life story is more of a horror film. What matters though is that we all have a story. Someone somewhere out there is going through the same situation as you and they could really benefit …

Becoming a Better Leader With Leadership Development Training

December 19, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Business leaders need to provide the vision, exercise the political agility, and establish the organizational culture necessary to keep their initiatives moving forward. There are leaders with different strengths in every business organization and at all experience levels. Leadership development training offers professionals the opportunity to learn and acquire business leadership skills. Training courses teach …

Sell Yourself on Time Management

December 18, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Time management is important in any walk of life but maybe none more so than that of a sales person. Their time is taken up with travelling and waiting for appointments so it is important to be able to achieve as much as possible in any given day. After all, most sales people work on …

Top Ten Tips on Managing People

December 13, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Being a great manager is something that anyone in that position aspires to, but to become one requires more than just possessing the right degree or the necessary years of experience as a subordinate. Often the biggest roadblock on the way to becoming a truly great manager is learning how to become a great people …

We Are All Leaders

December 9, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

We are all leaders. Leadership is about influence. Leadership begins with the self and a valuable component of strong leadership is love. We specialize in leading ourselves and make choices to positively influence our present and future. To love anyone else we need to start with loving ourselves and to lead anyone else we need …

Mobile Behavior

December 7, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

I find myself getting more and more frustrated by people asking me if we can make their web site viewable on a smartphone. We’ve created over 800 web sites since 1995 and have been in the mobile web space since 2004 so we know a little something about web sites, smart phones and mobile. If …

Ways To Making Money

December 5, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

From ancient times ways to making money has always been the catalyst for trade routes, silk routes, explorations to open up new worlds and entrepreneurship. The need,want and the how to make money has made small communities and entrepreneurs take risks and start over and over again from setbacks and failures – just so making …

That’s Your Opinion

December 3, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

We all live on opinions. By the time we reach teen age we are just but already brimming with beliefs, windmill theories, attitudes and judgement calls. Our wisdom is freely dispensed, at dinner tables, in the company of friends and in that halo zone ; the doting extended kith and http://kin. Come to think of …

Are You Empowering Your Middle Management?

November 24, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

As a leader in your company, if you’re frustrated with your middle management, you have only yourself to blame. The success or failure of middle managers rests upon the support of upper management and how well both parties work together. For middle management to do their jobs properly they must first understand the company’s Mission, …

Be True To Yourself No Matter The Age

November 18, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Why did a nurse walk among the dying and the horribly maimed? Why would someone live with outcasts and help them set up colony when they could be playing golf or watching TV or knitting? “I’ll go in case everyone else has given up on them. I’ll never give up!” was the answer from one …

Bouncing Back!

November 6, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

On the platforms most schooling systems are built upon on today, learning is mandatory and compulsory. But after a while most learners start sneering, snarling and gnashing at it all. Because for far too many of them learning has turned out to be a demand to surrender their will to external direction, an enforced oppression. …

How Self Confidence Impacts Your Leadership

November 6, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Coaching clients in senior roles is often necessary because they lack self confidence. As a result, they are not seen as leaders. Instead, they all seem to have one quality in common. They all have a fear of making the necessary decision required of their position. Self perception affects everyone in both their personal and …

Young Black Entrepreneur on the Rise

October 24, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Brandalyn Gill is a young Houstonian, performer, poet, aspiring actress and author that recently self- published a book of short stories and poems called Life. “As a CEO and self-publisher of Illumination Literary Publishing by the age of 18, I’ve experienced the ‘game’ of this industry. It is clear that the African American community at …

Buyer Beware: The Difference Between Leadership and Management

October 9, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

The common wisdom about the difference between leadership and management goes like this, “you manage things and you lead people.” If this was so, and the answer so straightforward why does so much confusion remain today? Perhaps the answer is, that this oversimplification about the difference between leadership and management is misleading and more than …

Buyer Beware: How Do You Define Leadership?

September 29, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

We all know what leadership is, right? It is pretty straightforward isn’t it? It is those who occupy the senior positions, THE Leadership! It is that magical quality that enthralls us with a desire to follow, no matter the destination. It is that ability to manipulate people to do what the leader needs them to …

Information on Leadership Coaching

September 29, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

It can be said that there are six principles for excellent leadership coaching. One should know what these are so that he would also know how to cultivate the traits in order to become a success when dealing with various people in the coaching process. The 6 principles are as follows: Principle #1: Be A …

Leadership Coaching – More Information About It

September 29, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

What Is A Leadership Coaching Service? A leadership coaching service gives coaching instructions in order to make the most out of workplace performance. This is a focused solution and a results-oriented procedure which involves a coach that may be from outside one’s immediate workplace. This is actually an excellent way to achieve a specific work …

How to Realize You’re in Control of Yourself

September 25, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Remember the good ol’ days of grade school or even high school when the teacher was away for the day and we had a substitute teacher? Remember how we misbehaved when the teacher was away? There’s a really good reason for that. If there isn’t a heart to heart connection with the person of authority, …

How to Change Your Perception of “Normal”

September 25, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

“If you don’t stop crying I’ll give you something to cry about!” How many of us heard that one? As a child I only understood that I was actually crying for a reason but I certainly didn’t want anything else to cry about. Were my parents doing the best they could with what they learned …

How to Be Okay With Failing Your Way to Success

September 24, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

I know this is going to be difficult for most people, including myself but in order to help others the best thing we can do as entrepreneurs is express ourselves in a manner that makes us vulnerable. When others see us as being vulnerable and having our own fears, anxieties and daily struggles, they can …

21st Century Leadership: Are You Digging In The Right Place?

September 22, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Complexity, rapid change, information overload, meaningful work and endeavors, enormously difficult decisions and a global economic malaise are but a few of the daunting challenges that face people in organizations today. Perhaps no time in history has the need for bold and effective leadership been more needed, demanded or required. Yet it seems the ability …

4 Levels of Communication That Ensure Understanding

August 17, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

Have you ever had someone say … in response to your comment … “I understand” … and you were quite sure they didn’t? Of course you have. How did you FEEL at that moment? Most likely, not very good. Something was probably screaming inside you, saying “No, you don’t,” because you knew they were simply …

Are You Management Material at Your Workplace?

June 20, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Leadership

A managerial position in the company is commonly seen both as a high reputation and reward. That being said, many people who are unfit to acquire the position or maybe even the worst managerial position candidates are the ones who are promoted and given with the position. How did this happen? First, the employment factors …