When the dust settles and the blame games get old eventually everyone comes to grips with the reality that it hardly matters anymore why or who started it or even who failed. Blame never accomplishes much. When things get really down and out, folks are looking for real leadership, they are thinking; Who Will Lead Us Now. And it cannot be just anyone, it must be someone who is ready to take Continue Reading →
Why MLM Goal Setting Is A Key Tool Needed To Be Successful In Network Marketing In any business goal-setting is a very serious and important tool that you must learn if you want to be successful in your MLM networking business either online, or offline. Thousands of people want to experience a much more enriched life than the one that is currently unfulfilling. You don’t have to continue with Continue Reading →
Goals are marvelous things. They help us strive to do bigger and better things. Reaching goals is even better than setting goals. One reason people don’t reach their goals is that they are over-complicating the process. This article will help you go beyond setting goals and help you to take the “right” actions needed to reach those goals.
Reaching your goals can be as simple as: set your goal, take Continue Reading →
Tens of millions of sufferers aged 12 or older need treatment for a substance abuse or eating disorder in the United States, and their families are also affected by these afflictions. Many people do not understand that drug addiction, alcoholism, and eating disorders are treatable diseases, and this misconception can keep people from getting help.
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Many people have action plans that they use on a regular basis when they visit the local grocery store. The common every day written grocery list is a very simple action plan. Unfortunately, far too many people place more value in those written grocery lists than they do for their own futures.
To begin this activity or exercise in how to make an action plan requires some Continue Reading →
When one ascends to any position of leadership, he must realize that his actions and decisions often impact many others, sometimes to an even greater degree that he does. Perhaps the most essential trait that differentiates between true leaders and the many pseudo – leaders (or wannabes), is that the great ones continuously challenge themselves to perform better, be more effective and/ or meaningful, and strive to perform Continue Reading →
Many asked if I believed the world was going to end on 21 December, as the Mayan calendar mysteriously concluded, coinciding with the winter solstice.
Television programmes, major movie studios, magazines and dozens of Web Sites fanned the flames of the temporary 2012 craze.
That date has passed and we have witnessed another set of miscalculated predictions and faulty Continue Reading →
After a dynamic week of training and playing in the Bahamas with a client group, I spent some time reflecting on the leadership lessons that came from the experience. And while you may not have the opportunity to head South, you can implement any and all of these in your own business.
Lesson 1: Take time to quiet the mind and body
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The week between Christmas and New Year’s is the perfect time to look back at the previous year and reflect on everything you have achieved, those things you might have fallen short on, and the areas you’ve improved the most. Don’t beat yourself up on things you might not have done, but focus most of your time on the accomplishments and the areas you’ve improved. More than likely, you achieved more than you think Continue Reading →
Here are some steps I use to navigate the maze!
1. Understand the requirements – Make an effort to understand the requirements from the customer’s point of view. Stay away from assumptions, ask questions, be ready to suggest alternate solutions. Understanding customer needs has always helped serve them better – and in turn will be more rewarding for you.
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