Dan-O presents Have You Benefited from the Revolutionary Magic of Internet Self Help? posted at Danogo.com - Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, "Highly informative article about how the Web has changed self help and a huge resource of online personal development information."
K T Cat presents A Post-Mortem on a Lean Six Sigma Training Disaster posted at The Scratching Post.
Ryan Russell presents Don’t Waste “Budget Leftovers”! posted at My Money Thinks, saying, "Exactly what are “budget leftovers”? Budget leftovers from individual spending categories are likely to be small amounts. Consider a budget leftover to be extra money. Can I increase the amount of leftovers?"
GreatManagement presents Happy with your 2007? Will your 2008 be better? posted at The GreatManagement Blog, saying, "It’s getting close to the end of 2007. What did you achieve in 2007? Everything you wanted to? Now is a great time to start reflecting on 2007 and then invest some time on your plans for 2008."
John Crenshaw presents “He Tells Me To Burn Things” posted at Dominate Your Life, saying, "How do you distinguish good advice from bad, how do you know when someone is just telling you to “burn things?”"
Mark Riffey presents Lessons in Serendipity and consistency posted at Business is Personal, saying, "No matter how successful you are. No matter how good you were yesterday. No matter how much smarter you are than your competition... None of that matters if you royally screw up today and haven't crossed the T's and dotted the I's."
Dan McCarthy presents How to Maximize Your Return on Investment from a Leadership Development Program posted at Great Leadership.
Warren Wong presents Conversation Skills / Tips: How To Have A Good Conversation posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Tips to improve your conversation skills and help you have a good conversation!"
GreatManagement presents Having A Great Career Means You Have To Have Passion posted at The GreatManagement Blog, saying, "Do you wake up on Monday morning and dread going into work? Are you constantly watching the clock all day waiting till you can go home? Can you not wait until Friday comes around? If this is the case, you most probably hate your job and have no passion for it."
Terry Dean presents Overcome Fear posted at Integrity Business Blog by Terry Dean.
SpiKe presents How To Regularly Rate Your Performance posted at Organize IT.
Charles H. Green presents Trust and Corporate Change posted at Trust Matters, saying, "When you need your organization to change, doing it fast and doing it well will require that your people trust you."
Erek Ostrowski presents Tips for Aspiring Leaders (#1 Keeping Your Word) posted at Verve Coaching, saying, "Keeping your word builds people’s confidence in your leadership, which extends and expands your reach and influence as a leader."
Mark Riffey presents Does your business run at the speed of trust? posted at Business is Personal, saying, "During our campout this past weekend at Lake McDonald in Glacier Park, I had an incident that reminded me of Covey's article about the "speed of trust" which if you think about it, speaks to everything from day to day business to systemic health care issues in the United States..."
Rachel Grover presents Stop the Mediocrity in Teamwork posted at Teamwork, saying, "Teams often suffer from modiocrity and this article discusses why. Don't let the 'some one will do it' attitude destroy your team."
Jeremy Neal presents Great Leaders are Great Listeners posted at Thoughts on Quotes, saying, "You can be a better communicator and leader, as well as let others know that you value them, by learning to listen more effectively."
Wanda Grindstaff presents Adding Rocket Fuel to the Law of Attraction - Success with Major Goals posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles.
Dan McCarthy presents Relocation: A Serious Barrier to Talent Management posted at Great Leadership.
Matthew Spears presents Trusting Perceptions and Higher Communication posted at Loving Awareness, saying, "One of the most fundamental aspect of any growth or leadership development is the trust in one’s own perception. There is no question it is an incomplete perception; as a human, you will not see even a minuscule fraction of the totality of what's out there, or that of your self. But it is still your perception. It is your link to your power. It is the basis for all growth, for if you rely on someone else’s eyes and intuition, you are not living your own life, discovering your own power, but are being a guinea pig for other’s experiments."
Dr. Joe Capista presents The Truth About Achieving Total Success! posted at The Success Triangle, saying, "Many people strive for their dream of success, but often miss the one element they absolutely must have in order to achieve their outcome - balance. How many people base success on the outward measures, but if you were to look deeper it would be evident there is much that is missing? What I now know in my mid-fifties is that true success consists of more than what we can achieve financially or materially. Succeeding only on the material level can often leave other areas of a person’s life completely out of balance. Even though outwardly they appear to “have it all” their life is in turmoil and their lifestyle is killing them. They lack inner-peace and balance."
Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan Part 5: Seeing the results first - Thank you Mr. Covey posted at Coaching sales champions.
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