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MOTIVATION

Passion Meets Profit

You’ve heard the phrase, “Do what you love, the money will follow.” I’m certainly a fan of this premise (also the title of a book by Marsha Sinetar). However, in my very first month of coaching real clients more than 10 years ago, I recall thinking- “Boy, if taken too naively, this could lead to disaster or be cruel. What ...

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Motivation to Change

The quality revolution led by the late W. Edwards Deming demonstrated, on a broad scale, how the attitudes of individuals and institutions toward the status quo can either pave the way for change, or hold it at arm’s length. Deming was a protégé of Walter Shewhart, who developed the theory and practice of statistical process control (SPC) in the 1930s ...

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Motivate Your Staff to Go the Extra Mile

25% of your staff do not know what is expected of them, while at work. Are you shocked at that figure – 25%. I was, so I did something about it. Read the tips and techniques I used to reduce that figure. o be an Effective Manager and tell them to have a successful career in any company you must ...

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Making Vocational Training Work

5 Simple Steps to Taking Control and Achieving Real Outcome:   More and more countries around the world today are introducing some form of vocational education and training system in the hope of creating greater economic outcomes. Unfortunately most are falling short of their objectives because they do not take into account all of the elements that go to making ...

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Love the work you do

In 1970, Stephen Stills sang a song reminding us that if we can’t be with the one we love, we should love the one we’re with. It is a timeless message that echoes through the literature and songs of virtually every spiritual tradition – from love your enemies to love is all you need. And in these days of division ...

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Look Inside To Find Happiness

A close friend said’ “If I could only figure this out, I think I could find happiness.” I have heard this before and will hear it again I am sure.   Many people believe that finding happiness is based on finding something else they want. In my experience as a personal coach, no one has ever found long term happiness ...

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Kick-Start Your Motivation!

Procrastination and wasting time are common ailments. Even if you lose only a few hours a week to them, it can be annoying. Why? Because you may realize that you didn’t really ENJOY the wasted time. If you had actually planned to take that time off, you might have done something much more enjoyable and relaxing. And if you had ...

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Job satisfaction and work satisfaction

Many of us labor under the misconception that job satisfaction and work satisfaction are one and the same. When the job sucks, we start thinking, that we are in the wrong profession and frustration starts building up.   A job is a role, and work is the means to fulfill that role. Job satisfaction can only come if the role ...

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Innovative Trance State Learning

Today’s organizations are faced with the growing challenge of increasing the competencies of their m managers and leaders. As a result, million of dollars have been invested in training & development to bridge the competencies gap. While organizations are looking at ROI in training, the issue on how effective are the training programs in helping the learners to learn remains ...

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Informal learning is very easy

“I asked a group of 150 professionals in Saudi Arabia what would be their first step in learning something new and 143 said they would start with Google!”   This quote from Elliott Masie, the US based elearning expert, shows the widespread use of Google, the internet search engine.   I personally use Google for my informal learning. I use ...

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How to use motivational quotes as special gifts

How to use motivational quotes to create memorable gifts to your beloved ones   Motivational quotes are a great way to express gratitude, love, admiration, or respect for a person, especially when quotes are in addition to a special gift.    -A great gift for a friend that has helped and encouraged you in your hardest moments of life would ...

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How to Have Constant Motivation

How many times have you attended a motivational seminar or read an inspiring book and for about two or three weeks you were pumped up on life? For a lot of people, a month after gaining their new insight and wisdom, the day-to-day routines demand their focus and thought power and their motivation tank slowly starts to lose gas. Waking ...

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How to Create a Winning Attitude

Today we will take a look at your attitude towards yourself and others. Most people have heard that a nice attitude in sales is like a craftsman with his toolbox. Imagine the painter who has all the colors and paint brushes, but doesn’t know how to use them. You can have the best tools, but if you’re lacking a nice ...

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How Much Do You Surround Yourself With Positivity?

Nowadays our world is full of sad stories. Everything seems to be going wrong and this tends to bring us down. Not only does it affect our daily lives, it also affects our vision for success. It makes us feel that success is something that we will never achieve, at least not easily.   So what do you do when ...

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Growing together – The Importance of Team Work

How good are you, when it comes to team-work? Do you understand the importance and synergy of team-work? To my knowledge, “We Indians” are very bad players of team-work. Each member of the team wants to hog the lime-light, wants to take the credit for the “Success” of the team and “Love to Blame” his team-member for the failure of ...

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Financial and non financial rewards

Financial and non financial rewards   I once had an interesting conversation with the owner/manager of a clothing manufacturing company. He operated a large and successful business, principally supplying uniforms for the corporate market.   He was surprised by some of his workers. They worked on a piece work rate (paid per item) and some of the very efficient staff ...

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Employee Motivation

Be decisive in hiring. Every company has a personality — a culture. If new hires fit into that culture, they’ll adapt to what’s required and learn to do the job. If they don’t fit into that culture, they’ll never learn and will be a continual problem to you and your employees. Under expanding employee-rights law, you have like 90 days ...

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Emotional Intelligence (EQ):

Why It Can Matter More Than IQ Acclaimed clinical psychologist Dr. Daniel Goleman introduced his ground-breaking discoveries about the emotional mind. Based on his best selling book, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE. He focuses on emotion as another measure of intelligence, redefining what it means to be “smart”. EQ is Goleman’s shorthand for emotional intelligence.   People who are emotionally intelligent tend to ...

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Dreams Are Magic Sparks

“Dreams are the seedlings of realities.” – As a Man Thinketh   Look slowly around you. All that you see at this moment was one day but someone’s dream – a “seedling of the reality” it was to become. In our lifetime we have benefited greatly from the dreams of so many.   Mandela, Mother Teresa, Einstein, Gandhi, Spielberg, Disney, ...

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Burn Your Boat!

I believe that the great NFL Hall of Fame coach, Vince Lombardi, had it right when he said, “The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor.” Do you agree with Coach Lombardi or are you the type of person who has difficulty staying focused and keeping ...

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