To increase your productivity and enhance your confidence it is essential that you have a purposeful attitude. Have a purpose or mission to accomplish, makes achieving your goals easier. You should be focused on your task or goal. All your actions and thoughts should be directed towards the goal. This mind set increases your confidence and it is proven that confident people have an easier Continue reading “Have a Statement of Purpose”
Leaders must have a belief that they have everything that they need. Need is a quality that competes with leadership. A person who feels like they lack in some departments in life; start to focus inwardly. They start trying to get what they need at the expense of everyone else. Who can blame them? There is a huge hole in their spirit in which they are trying to fill with everything Continue reading “Leadership Society”
As I told you in a previous article, I saw a few things in the recent broadcasts of the 2010 Winter Olympics from Canada that dominated the channels on TV. Although I didn’t actually park myself in front of the tube for any extended amount of time, as you know, I did pick up on some of the human interest stories behind the athletes.
The lead-in that NBC used referred to the theme Continue reading “Live the Dream – Share the Dream”
I am amazed at listening to television and or the radio and hear some people state, “He is a born leader.” I have never heard more mumbo, jumbo than that.
The fact of the matter is, there is no such thing as a born leader. What some people are communicating is that someone is actually born to lead other people. That is a bunch of junk because leaders are developed over time.
Let us use the example Continue reading “There is No Such Thing As a Born Leader”
Tip 1: Create a Gratitude List
Create a gratitude list of everything you are grateful for that happened in 2010. Perhaps you and your family were able to save up money this year or you got out of debt. Perhaps you took a great vacation to another country or started a new business. You can even write down that you are grateful for your family, friends, health and your Continue reading “Tips on Ending the Year 2010 in Gratitude and Joy!”
For mid lifers and beyond with a positive attitude, there are wonderful opportunities for change and growth. By setting new goals and looking ahead optimistically, mid lifers and beyond can successfully met midlife challenges and transitions. Here are six ways you can take control of your life.
Take control of your life
1. Be productive with the one-third of your life ahead of you. If you made Continue reading “Goal Setting – Planning for a Productive Mid Life and Beyond”
If you want to give up drinking, you must have unwavering strength to do so. This can be hard and it may take quite some time and a lot of effort on your part so you should be ready. When you are really motivated, then nothing is impossible. Admitting to yourself that you need and you want to give up is an indication that you can do it. It cannot be done in a blink of an eye, so do not be too harsh on yourself. Continue reading “Tips On How To Give Up Drinking And Live A More Pleasant Life”
As a leader you are measured on your ability to deliver results. Continually delivering results can be challenging and without doubt you will encounter many obstacles along the way. Some of these barriers might be obvious, others not. So what are 5 barriers to your success as a leader?
Barrier 1: No clear vision
As a leader you need to be able to clearly articulate your vision and then Continue reading “Leadership – 5 Barriers to Your Success”
“How do I motivate my people?” “I need to find ways to motivate the workers.”
These are common laments among leaders stemming from the idea that one person can motivate another. Is that true? Can one person motivate another? Do employees need external motivation or is motivation a force internal to the individual? To answer these questions, we need to examine the true nature of motivation and why people Continue reading “Leadership Development – Help! How Do I Motivate My People?”
What if goal setting is equivalent to finding the right numbers on the combination lock of life and then putting them in the right order to receive whatever you want? This article examines 3 tips for getting closer to that ‘lucky’ combination.
Tip 1 – Listen
In some old cops and robbers movies the bad guys break into the bank in the middle of the night. They get through all the security alarms Continue reading “Goal Setting and The Combination Lock Of Life”