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Short-Term Versus Long-Term Goals?

Originally posted on How Effective Leaders Get Things Done:
A manager said, “I take the long view.  We drive toward goals three to five years in the future.  Annually, we adjust and revise as needed.” Another manager responded, “I have a general idea of a long-term vision, but I try to avoid getting ahead of… Continue reading

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Working on Goals:Setting Intentions

Originally posted on Psychology of Mindfulness:
Achieving goals can be rewarding. It can help Improve your well-being and sense of self. Although there are benefits to creating goals, and implementing them. It can be hard for most people to sustain the goals. It can be difficult to remain consistent, and continue to achieve the goals… Continue reading

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How to be a focused listener?

Originally posted on Musings of a Curious Indian:
Let me start by sharing a personal experience. A few years back, I went to a reputed software company for an interview. The first couple of rounds of discussions went very well and I felt invigorated from interacting with people who were knowledgable and forward looking. Disaster… Continue reading

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Leave Your Work On Time, And Don’t Take It Home With You

Originally posted on The Job Shop Blog:
Author: Darius Foroux Source: DariusForoux.com These two lessons are true for every person who wants a long, happy, and satisfying career. But it’s very hard to put that advice into practice. It took me the first six years of my career to figure that out. And I still… Continue reading

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Perfect personas

Originally posted on Buzzword:
Personas. What are they, and why do you need to know about them? Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt disappointed by the number of customers you attract through your website. When you analyse your business, you’re hit with the fact that your website, beautiful as it is, just isn’t generating as much new… Continue reading

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Behind every successful person there is a successful coach!!

Originally posted on Hopeandhappinesscoach:
Recently a friend was talking to me about the work I do, very casually he said “God forbid, if I ever need coaching………”. This prompted me to ask what’s his opinion about coaching? Thankfully he was very forthcoming and very sportingly accepted his ignorance on the topic. Also the curiosity he… Continue reading

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Progress = Happiness

Originally posted on Serkan’s Blog:
Life is not about watching movies and relaxing all day. Life is about growth. It is about being better than the last week, being better the last month and being better the last year. You might have had an incredible year. Guess what? This year can be better. When… Continue reading

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The Art of Listening: Talk Less

Originally posted on The Upside:
Hi. My name is Christian and I suck at listening. There, I said it. The late biblical scholar William Lane used to say, “The best way to show someone you love them is to listen to them.” One of his protégés, biblical scholar and music artist Michael Card, certainly remembered… Continue reading

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Should You Always Listen to Your Customer?

Originally posted on Digital Business :
Is the customer always right? Not always. While listening to customer feedback, taking in reviews, and building off of complaints is helpful, it isn’t everything for your business. You can learn and understand what may be broken or what needs to be fixed – but is your company growing?   As… Continue reading

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