At times co-worker relationships can be damaging. And, as much as I hate to say it, we’re the ones who let it happen. The good news is, however, that there is a way out!
Whether we're dealing with a personal or professional relationship, it remains the same... sometimes relationships just go bad. But it’s important not to cling to the past. Don’t let it stick to you and weigh you down when making decisions. Here are six simple steps to moving past a bad relationship and getting into some good ones.
Life changes as we grow older. Our priorities change as our life takes unexpected (or even expected) twists and turns. Some changes are momentous and some are small. But if we can’t learn to adjust our goals with the changes that happen in our lives, we may find ourselves becoming more and more frustrated with our inability to meet these goals. Do you know how to effectively change your life goals?
The degree of your influence is directly affected by how uncertain you are and how you express that uncertainty. When you doubt your facts, second guess your observations of the influencee, or are fraught with indecision, your influence potential goes down considerable.
It’s important that you take the time to get to know what others in your industry or even company are doing in order to be better aware of the conditions around you and find success at work.
It's all too easy to make excuses for why we aren't being more proactive in sales. Do any of these sound familiar?
You’re hard wired to do what’s best for you in most situations; all you need to do is learn to follow your gut instincts. Animals do it day in and day out and it works fairly well for them. They do what comes naturally and typically they do more than stay alive; they thrive!
We were given a gift of intuition and we should rely on it more often. Ignoring it can often lead to very bad results!
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?
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.