Attitude of Love

Posted by Al Foxx on January 01, 2000
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Since love is undeniably the strongest Attitude one can have, it’s probably way past time I have a post or more talking about the power love. Because I’m not a poet and because I know it, when Bonnie sent me the poem below, it seemed too perfect not to Blog it. Love is like magic And it always will be. For love still remains Life’s sweet mystery! Love works in ways That are wondrous and

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I received the following trends alert related to the role of innovation in our current corporate life. By the way, this is a worthwhile thing to subscribe to! The point of this post is my comments after the alert. Please read! Herman Trend Alert: Innovation and Entrepreneurship February 24, 2010 For years now, we have seen a growing trend towards “Innovation” being a leading  focus for corporations worldwide. A new book from Robert C. Wolcott

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Maureen M. Boston, MA Dear Dr. Rosie, I so appreciate your articles. They are very grounding and make me feel more normal, even when I’m panicking and unsure that I’m doing the right thing. My life is topsy-turvy right now. I’m leaving a two year relationship, I’m moving away from family and friends on a quest to find myself and the work I want to do. People say I’m crazy but I really feel like

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Inspired Goals Webinar

Posted by Alicia Marie Fruin on January 01, 2000
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A COMPELLING ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL GOAL SETTING YOU WILL LEARN: •The top three reasons why people don’t set goals • How to start fresh and complete past goals • The process of focus and attention • Goal setting tips • The language of goal setting • Strategy for what will likely stop you from achieving your goals • How to set goals that inspire and motivate • How to embrace failure and disappointment rather than

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What is Peak Performance? Simply put, like Larry the Cable Guy, “Get ‘er done”! Like Captain Picard, “Make it so”. Like the Lone Ranger,”Hi Ho, and Away”. Get cracking and get the electricity flowing. It doesn’t matter the size of your company or business. It works for one person, or 10,000 or more, local, national, or global. Before you can reach peak performance you need to define what it is for you, your business, your

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No one but no one likes changes….except a baby with wet diapers. Sounds silly but is it true. One has to become a “Chameleon” and adapt to the change that is inevitable . With the excess and noise from so much social media, you have to be succinct at what message you are sharing. By reaching your audience with a content rich article that basically resolves a “pain” with the “salve” of information you have;

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Mastering Change

Posted by Paul Figueroa on January 01, 2000
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Four Clues You or Your Staff are Having Problems with Change. 1.  Gossip Increases. 2.  Productivity Decreases 3.  Increase in Team Conflict 4.  Old Resentments Resurface Let’s talk about Gossip first, shall we?  Whenever I get called in to help an organization with gossip challenges, one of the first questions I ask is “What are the staff afraid of or having a hard time with?”  Gossip is usually a reaction to a problem they are

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Career management in this changing world is a bit like a chess game. You need to look several moves ahead. All of us will be judged by our ability to impact an organization, so here are some questions that to ask yourself to determine both those things that you do well and the ways in which you contribute: What particularly strong skills do you have? Of these skills, which show an exceptional ability? How are

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One generation knew exactly where they were when they learned of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. My peers know where we were when we learned of the death of President Kennedy. Likewise, I know exactly where I was on November 7, 1991. I was head of public relations and communications at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and one of my employees came into my office and said, “There will be a press conference in an

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Employees Need Tune Ups, Too!

Posted by Jennifer Engle on January 01, 2000
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