Category Archives: Leading Others
Over the past few years employers have not had to be overly concerned about retention and employee engagement. The recession has shifted the power to the employer where they could demand more hours and effort with little worry about losing … Continue reading
In my previous post we discussed the need to set specific goals. According to author and professor Heidi Grant Halvorson the second important factor in achieving our goals is to do what is called “mental contrasting;” What this involves is … Continue reading
As February roles around if you are like most people those goals that you set for yourself at the beginning of the year are now a distant memory. Washed up in the day to day craziness. On to new ideas … Continue reading
By calling on the person most likely to say yes, he was creating an environment where he would have success and feel good about it. There are hundreds of ways to create the proper emotions, here are a few. … Research has shown that just by saying to yourself how you want to feel will activate that emotion in the brain. what this means is that just saying to yourself; “ I feel emboldened” your brain will access that emotion and you will begin to feel that way.
Problems can overwhelm us to the point that we become paralyzed. We get stuck in the problem and can live there for a long time. Sometimes years! Think about the small business owner who has built a successful business but … Continue reading
Over the weekend I put together a 100-piece puzzle of Lizzie McGuire with my 6 year old daughter. I wanted to open the box, dump out the puzzle pieces and jump right in. She insisted on organizing the pieces into … Continue reading
Here is a very simple way to double your business in one year. Pick three things that you can do every single day that will grow your business. It doesn’t have to be something huge. It could be as simple … Continue reading