Leadership–Teaching or Submission

Posted by Louie Sharp on January 01, 2000
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Are you a Mike Ditka type leader or a Phil Jackson type leader? Mike Ditka lead by force and ridicule. He yelled, he screamed, he threw things and he belittled people all the time. He won one championship. Phil Jackson on the other hand was calm, focused and positive. Most of all Phil Jackson was a teacher. Phil Jackson won 6 championships in Chicago alone. He also proved he could win/succeed with the same leadership

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Network like a Pro

Posted by Louie Sharp on January 01, 2000
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In this day and age of high speed everything that is anything but personal relationships matter now more than ever. People do business with people they know, like and trust. In the car repair business, according to a JD Powers national survey, the most important thing people are looking for is trust. One easy way to develop trust is to do what you say AND be on time. These may sound simple enough but in

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Chronic pain = decreased productivity

Posted by Daniel Twogood on January 01, 2000
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Anyone who suffers with chronic pain knows that it interferes with everything—relationships, your performance at work, sleep, etc. You’ve been to doctors, you’ve had treatment, yet you still suffer, and now you are mentally stressed as well. If you listen to conventional doctors, and most alternative doctors, you will hear advice on how to live with your pain. That means take pills, be unproductive, and struggle through every aspect of life. If it’s irritable bowel

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Pleased to join MVP!

Posted by Patricia Walsh on January 01, 2000
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Goal achievement is equal parts confidence, goal setting and action plans. Blind Ambition offers a goal achievement seminar to include all the necessary foundation, tools, and strategy to turn goals into accomplishments.

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How to use the Daily Dash-

Posted by Louie Sharp on January 01, 2000
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Do you remember how hard and fast you are capable of working the day before you go on vacation? How productive do you think you would be if you used that concept every day? The Daily Dash is just that, focused effort and energy. Here is how it works, and I will use e-mail as an example. So you set a timer. You can use your clock, your cell phone or even an actual timer.

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RAPID SIMPLE WEBINAR SERIES

Posted by Carl Young, MBA, Mr. Simplicity on January 01, 2000
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Distant learning is very common in today’s technology based environment.The basic foundation and fundamentals of finance & accounting are needed skills for business professionals and entrepreneurs seeking to successfully manage business enterprises. I combine these two considerations in my new program to provide distant learning to non-financial professionals in finance & accounting. I have developed a webinar series specifically for this purpose. This new program I call FINANCE & ACCOUNTING MYTH2MEANING 2.0. This program consists

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Leadership – Understanding and Learning

Posted by Dr. Rick Spruill on January 01, 2000
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There is a saying in the Army, in order to be a good leader you must know how to be led.  In my 20+ years of service to my country this saying is quite true.  As I rose up the ranks, held many positions, and ultimately held my last rank I had to understand that leading means having a certain empathy.  How can an effective leader know how to connect with their subordinates if they

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If you want a better future, you have to imagine it first, according to David Morey, Vice Chairman of Core Strategy Group, an innovative Washington marketing and communications firm.  “Winning always begins with practical dreaming,” Morey says.  “You’ve got to have a clearly defined destination in mind, that ‘shining city on the hill’ toward which you and your team keep working.”  And in today’s business climate, you’ll need all the imagination and creativity you can

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