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Max - My Role Model for PATIENCE

Building Personal Strength

My favorite definition for patience: the willingness to wait until the best time to take action. We want to say something NOW. We want results NOW.

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Responsibility - Will You Accept the Role to Do What Needs to Be Done?

Your Voice of Encouragement

It's tempting to say "no" when faced with one more thing that needs to be done. These insights can help you figure out when to accept new roles

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Informal Learning At Workplace 7

Self Help Zen

A day ago we were discussing about learning methodologies and what is more important – Formal study or informal learning? In most cases, we cannot deny the importance of formal studies however if we have an eye for learning from anything and everything that happens around us, we are surely a step ahead. Yours as well as others.

15 Basic Steps To Mind-Blowing Customer Service: Lessons From A.

Terry Starbucker

lePotager My wife and I have been in Paris on a two week vacation, spending the holidays in one of my favorite cities in the world. While the sights, lights, art, food, chocolate (oh yes), and all else this place has to offer have been

AWARENESS - The Present Is A Gift

Building Personal Strength

Bob and Alison left Christmas day. Bob's on his annual 10,000-mile road trip from Seattle to Key West.and back. We were thrilled to be his Christmas stop. On Christmas morning, Alison's gift to me was a quote from the movie "Kung Fu Panda." I haven't seen the movie all the way through, but I liked the quote. Yesterday is history. Or it could be.

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Tony Robbins' Pllar #2 - Empower Yourself with the Best Tools

Building Personal Strength

If you missed it, you should definitely check it out. Here's Pillar #2. Tomorrow, the third "pillar".

Aligning Team Goals with Organizational Objectives « Survive Your.

Survive Your Promotion

Alignment is a hot topic in management. But what's all the fuss about

A Baker’s Dozen plus one for 2010

Managing Leadership

It is time to offer a list of recommended additions to your daily reading list – sources that have found their way firmly on to mine over the past year. Some have clear staying power, and others are new, but promise to be keepers. I hope you will bookmark this page and give them all a thorough visit over the next week or so. Schlegel.

Social Media Guidelines for Employees

Ravi Pratap Singh

Tony Robbins' Pillar #1 - Focus on Your Core Motivation

Building Personal Strength

A whole lot of people are making New Year's resolutions today. I believe that's a good thing. We should be positive. Get back on track.

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Survive Your Promotion

Just before Christmas I received a catalog in the mail from Dell which included products from their consumer line (laptops and desktops) as well as from their business offerings (servers, workstations, etc

Thanks for your contributions in 2009!

Managing Leadership

Easily one of the most gratifying aspects of authoring a site like this is the interaction offered by visitors from around the world. They present thoughtful and engaging comments from which we all learn so much, not least of which, often enough, are the contributors’ own web sites. Steve Roesler. Essa Parwani. Nina Simosko. Dan McCarthy. Cam Beck.

Ravi Pratap Singh: Sharing Success – Secret of a Winning Team!

Ravi Pratap Singh

Have A Great New Year

Eric Jacobson

Your leadership skills were likely put to the test in 2009 like never before. Kudos to you for making it through the year. Much appreciated!

Five myths about leadership

Lead on Purpose

True leadership principles endure the test of time regardless of the economy or world affairs.

Elastic Time - A New Year's Wish

Building Personal Strength

Steve Martin’s new movie, “It's Complicated,” is now in theaters. A romantic comedy, it also stars Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin. Maybe I'll go see it.

WOMEN: Shared Wisdom

Women in the LEAD

Once you tune in your ears to listen, they seem to be constantly

Informal Learning At Workplace 7

Utpal Writes

A day ago we were discussing about learning methodologies and what is more important – Formal study or informal learning?

Orrin Woodward Leadership Team :: New Updated Top 25 Leadership.

Orrin Woodward

This honor is received on behalf of the greatest community of hungry leaders on the planet.

Acceptance: We Live in Primitive Times

Building Personal Strength

It's December 30th, and thoughts of the coming year make me think of the passing of time and the kind of world we live in. More about acceptance.


Make 2010 Your Best Year by Expanding Your Self-Image

Your Voice of Encouragement

One of the most important actions I took in 2009 was re-discovering the work of Maxwell Maltz. His original book, Psycho-Cybernetics (1960), became the foundation of much that's been written since about self-image and self-improvement

My Epic Blog World & New Media Expo 2009 Recap

Managing Communities

For the second consecutive year, I made the pilgrimage to the holy land that is Las Vegas for Blog World & New Media Expo, which ran from October 15-17. Attending conferences like this is always a reunion of sorts where I hang out with people I already know and meet people face to face for the [.].

Albert Jay Nock - Our Enemy the State

Orrin Woodward

In the last two months, I have enjoyed two books from Albert Jay Nock immensely. Every serious student of the present economic conditions in the

Energy ala Kineticom

Steve Farber

Taking a lesson from Kineticom, here’s a good exercise to get this decade started right: In your own voice, your own words, describe what you and yours are going to do to embody “infectious energy&# in the way you work and live. Feel free to share with the rest of us

Striking a Balance - A Contrast in Coaches: Skip Prosser and Urban.

Your Voice of Encouragement

My favorite sport is college basketball, and I love watching the teams in the ACC play. So it was a real blow to me in July 2007 when Skip Prosser, the head basketball coach at Wake Forest, died suddenly from a heart attack at age 56

Need Web Hosting for Your Community? Please Check Out iFroggy Hosting

Managing Communities

Generally speaking, one of the bare bones expenses when it comes to running your own online community is web hosting. Having your own web hosting where you have access to all of your website’s files, your databases and everything that goes into running your site allows you to have complete control over what you have [.].