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Being Better

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Worry about being better; bigger will take care of itself. Think one customer at a time and take care of each one the best way you can. Gary Comer Read More »

Always Remember Yourself

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Always remember, others may hate you, but those who hate you don’t win unless you hate them- and then you destroy yourself. Richard Milhouse Nixon Read More »

How You Manage Conflict Can Make Or Break Your Leadership Career

windvane conflict

One of the most valuable skills any manager at any level can have is the ability to handle conflict effectively. It’s crucial. As anyone who’s managed a day or more likely knows, conflict abounds in the workplace. It can be about anything: budgets, personalities, competition for limited resources, competition with other leaders. It can be with those above you or ... Read More »

How E-Learning Can Increase Employee Productivity

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Skill gaps and lack of focus can be overlooked and without access to training, cause a big dent in productivity. What starts out as a legitimate Google search for an Excel tip, soon turns into a Wikipedia wormhole and waste of time. This scenario occurs in virtually every office with internet access, and is a definite obstacle to productivity. Encouraging ... Read More »

Singleness of Purpose

Mountain View

You can have anything you want-if you want it badly enough. You can be anything you want to be, have anything you desire, accomplish anything you set out to accomplish- if you will hold to that desire with singleness of purpose. Robert Collier Read More »

Training Your Staff: Harness the Future of Training to Develop the Best Talent

Training Development

Over the next five years, how you train and educate your staff won’t just change; it’ll transform. What’s the difference? Changing means continuing to do essentially the same thing, only introducing some variation in degree. Transformation means doing something utterly and radically different. For example, moving our music from cassette tape to CD was simply a change. But going from ... Read More »

Believe

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The person with a fixed goal, a clear picture of his desire, or an ideal always before him, causes it, through repetition, to be buried deeply in his subconscious mind and is thus enabled, thanks to its generative and sustaining power, to realize his goal in a minimum of time and with a minimum of physical effort. Just pursue the ... Read More »

Gamify Your Learning Goals

Gamify

Need a little help achieving your goals? This might be helpful. If you play your cards right it might even get dicey! Learning a new programming language or framework is hard work, even if you love doing it. You can’t get around this: to complete a course or a side project, you have to put your head down and do ... Read More »

Money Strategies

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Success with money, family, relationships, health and careers is the ability to reach your personal objectives in the shortest time, with the least effort and with the fewest mistakes. The goals you set for yourself and the strategies you choose become your blueprint or plan. Strategies are like recipes: choose the right ingredients, mix them in the correct proportions, and ... Read More »

Employee Development Always a Smart Investment

Brain Gear

As more and more baby boomers reach retirement, the need to recruit and retain new employees grows. Companies must look at not only hiring and training new workers, but investing in developing the next generation of leaders within their organizations. Most businesses have long understood the importance of skilled workers, but recently there has been a shift in focus. As ... Read More »

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