Passion is perhaps the most motivational trait of the Seven Influence Traits™. Is passion necessary for life and living? No, but it is necessary for a better life and better living. In short, living a life that makes you feel deeply, passionately alive.
Trustworthiness is often overlooked because everyone assumes they are considered trustworthy. Unfortunately it's not that simple! Being trustworthy is the one trait that will keep people paying attention and give you the opportunity and time to move the... Continue Reading
Your initial interactions tell people lots about you. They are instrumental in deciding how you will be received and how much attention they give you. How energetic are you when meeting new people?
It's time to step out of your comfort zone and consider something that many of us never stop and think about. How likeable are you?
It’s no secret that management egos get out of control and suddenly, the power they were trusted with is being misused. They behave in ways that disregard the common good. They become intoxicated by their power. This may seem like an over dramatization,... Continue Reading
Would you like to join the ranks of the world's most influential leaders? Start by empowering others!
To negotiate a successful career you need a powerful set of underlying beliefs and convictions that influence the decisions you make throughout the negotiation process. Practice these five guidelines to better negotiate an ultra-successful career.
You need to be fully in tune with every movement and every gesture to grasp the meaning of what is going on. There are glances, subconscious noises and movements that you don’t even notice that tell others exactly what you’re thinking. Here are some of... Continue Reading
Knowing your influence potential is a great asset because it gives you a heads-up or benchmark of what you’re doing right (your strengths) and what isn’t working out (your challenges). It gives you instant access to self-knowledge which is the start of... Continue Reading
There are 3 major mistakes people make when attempting to influence others. Do you know what they are?