For the person who wants to change lives, you must first start with your own.
When you’re trying to get your point across, but no one is listening, it can be the most frustrating experience in the world. Here are my top ten tips for making people listen to you without actually having to yell.
No matter how hard you try, you struggle to find the right people. You interview one person after another – not certain if he or she is the right person. You know you have to start choosing the right people. But how? Let’s take a look at the five non-negotiable characteristics that the right people possess, making your leadership effective and outstanding.
I’m a strong, independent woman who has earned my status in life through hard work and determination. Yes, a lot of what I have I got on my own. But do I have just myself to thank for everything that I’m so blessed to have these days? Absolutely not. If my life were the Oscars, I would have a list of thanks so long that they would have to go to commercial before I finished reading it. The thing is, success is not just about you. It’s about the people that help you get there and a lot of times, they won’t help you if you don’t ask. Sometimes they are still reluctant to help even when you ask, so you have to have to hone those persuasion skills to get them to help you reach your goals. While every situation is different, I thought I would offer up a few dos and don’ts to help you get started.
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Have you gone back to work after an extended time away raising your children? Achieving work life balance after you return to the workforce can be a struggle. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to make it a bit easier.
Being a people pleaser does NOT equate to being a doormat. Here's why:
When it comes to running a successful business or team, you know that everyone must be able to rely on one another in order for things to run smoothly. Here are a few ways to hold your team accountable:
Sometimes, work relationships can prevent you from focusing on your career or family. How can you tell when a business relationship has become toxic?