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Creating Perfect Day

While nothing’s perfect in world can we create a almost perfect day. What your ideal day we had lived so far? I believe greater clarity brings better choices. What was the best day you’ve had in the past one month? Why we like that day? Why that day have created awesome moment in the life? What were those moments? Why ...

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"Leadership delivers. Leadership counts. Leadership matters.

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Flickr user Bob Jagendorf) I found the governor’s  to be almost shockingly inspirational. And even though I’m from New York and worked in the private sector, we happen to share remarkably similar views on leadership behavior. Here are five lessons that executives and business leaders can learn from Christie: Be direct and truthful. Christie said his ...

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5 LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM BILL GATES

People learn best by emulating the behavior of others around them. Instead of reading about the concepts of leadership, we can look at successful leaders to see how they became that way, and use them as role models for our behavior. And who is a better role-model than the man who changed the way we use information for work and ...

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WHAT LEADERS DO IN THE FIRST HOUR OF A DAY

How much does the first hour of every day matter? As it turns out, a lot. It can be the hour you see everything clearly, get one real thing done, and focus on the human side of work rather than your task list. Remember when you used to have a period at the beginning of every day to think about ...

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WHO INVENTED CHICKEN POPCORN? HERE IS A MAN!!

Joshua MarstonEugene Gagliardi One night in the late 1960s, Eugene Gagliardi was lying awake in bed trying to figure out how to save his company. He was thinking about the Philly cheesesteak. Gagliardi ran a family business that sold hamburgers and other meat to restaurant chains in the Philadelphia area. But within the span of a few months, the company ...

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leaders must learn : strategy about saying "NO"

Strategy sounds like a complex subject.  It isn’t.  It boils down to one word – no. Strategy is about saying “no” to things that will distract you from reaching your destination.  Too often we become enamored with the latest cool new idea when it would actually be best to say no to pursuing it.  Why?  Resources (including focus and energy) ...

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WHAT LEADER SHOULD FINISH BEFORE LUNCH?

12 Tasks That Killer Employees Always Finish Before Noon ! A recent study published in an American Psychological Association journal, Emotion, suggests that early birds are generally happier than night owls. More than 700 respondents, ranging from ages 17 to 79, were surveyed and asked about their emotional state, health, and preferred time of day. Self-professed “morning people” reported feeling ...

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8 THINGS SMALL BUSINESS MAN NEVER SAY TO CUSTOMER

Here are eight verbal slip-ups you should try with all your might never to make: 1. Mangle a client’s name. Nothing frustrates people more than hearing their name pronounced incorrectly—or called by another name altogether. This is perceived as a clear indication that you don’t care. Do your research in advance and know all the names (and pronunciations) of the people ...

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How strategists lead

A Harvard Business School professor reflects on what she has learned from senior executives about the unique value that strategic leaders can bring to their companies. JULY 2012 • Cynthia A. Montgomery Seven years ago, I changed the focus of my strategy teaching at the Harvard Business School. After instructing MBAs for most of the previous quarter-century, I began teaching ...

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The Key Missing Ingredient In Leadership Today

We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. Winston Churchill Most leadership writing today advises us on how to prosper within the system or perhaps even on flourishing despite of the system. What’s missing? Real leadership is about transforming the system. Leadership is not merely about success. Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther ...

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