Monthly Archives: May 2014

First Meeting Fabulous … Why Isn’t My Phone Ringing?

Most of us who have moved up to leadership positions, feel that our presentation skills and our ability to positively influence, and persuasively advance our positions. Sales is not the only discipline that experience some of the issues addressed in

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The Price You Pay for $uccess

Here is what stops many people from succeeding: COMFORT. It is not the lack of pain or suffering but a lack of a real discomfort. The remedy is discipline, the willingness to be in a state of discomfort now so

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Six Ways to Rise Above Your Critics

To escape criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing. – Elbert Hubbard A story is told of Winston Churchill and his extraordinary integrity in the face of opposition. During his last year in office, he attended an official ceremony. Several

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PRIORITIZE, Prioritize, priortize …

You can’t manage your time. Time is something over which you have zero control. You can’t find more time because there isn’t any more. You have all you are going to have, do with it what you may. Even though

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Working Amid Chaos and Constant Change

All of us have heard a comment similar to this; “My organization has only one constant – change! How can you efficiently get your work done when your leadership, team mates, responsibilities, and structure are constantly in changing?” I’m sure

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Improve Your Results for FREE!

Gratitude is completely free. You can say thank you over and over again, and it won’t cost you a thing. But, if said sincerely, it will be priceless to the recipient. Recognition also costs you nothing. Recognizing the effort someone

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Four Steps to a Better Presentation

The process of learning or developing a presentation style is similar to building a career by perfecting some basic steps, procedures, knowledge base to demonstrate your expertise. There are some basic but critical steps that will get you to your

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