Tip#1 – Stop blaming economy and Take complete responsibility for every thought you think and action you take-In my opinion …
In this article 27 business owners share their tips on how to stay positive as a business owner. Please share with all your friends and networks so everyone can benefit from this knowledge!
Have you ever felt passionate about starting or expanding your own enterprise, but did not know where to start? Does your head and heart compete with each other to make a decision?
When you were growing up, there was a vision planted in your head of what you wanted to be. Was it an astronaut exploring deep space, a rock star playing to a crowd of thousands, or perhaps a world-renowned painter?
It seems like everywhere you turn these days there is something bad happening from the economy, local news or within your own immediate family.
There are so many ways to network and so many places to network. But the most common complaints I hear from people about networking are:
It’s best that I begin with a quote from the man who coined the idea of “Social Proof,” Robert Cialdini:
This is the opening line of Clay Christensen’s latest HBR article entitled How Will You Measure Your Life? This article was written by a man who has been recently diagnosed with cancer, forcing him to take a look back on the legacy he will leave behind.
In my article Body Language: You Say More Than You Think by Janine Driver, I discussed the learnings from the book and provided insights to courses I’ve taken by Tavistock and NTL on Group Dynamics and Self-Image.
Visualize your success; otherwise you’ll just be doing “stuff!”
The term knowledge is also used to mean the confident understanding of a subject with the ability to use it for a specific purpose if appropriate.
Eliciting excellence in others is the essence of leadership, and one of the most effective means of eliciting excellence is to instill a sense of pride in those around us.
Effective community moderation often requires the ability to engage in (sometimes shameless) acts of human exchange. This has long been understood by experienced moderators.
People go through thousands of thoughts each day. It’s just a matter of deciding which things should remain in the brain and which ones are forgotten to be remembered another day.
I recently had the opportunity to do a guest post on the Social Entrepreneurship blog on Change.org, discussing trends in social entrepreneurship and describing UniversalGiving’s model as an example.
Balance is everything in life be it work-life balance, love or a financial spreadsheet. Balance is especially important in a relationship and this is true online. We must give in order to take, must offer value in order to receive value.