Success in business is so much more than having a great product or service. It takes confidence in yourself, a risk-taking attitude, the ability to follow and fund your dreams, and a willingness to start over if you fail along the way. The following business lessons were compiled to show you individuals and companies that failed during their careers, but rose out of the ashes to come back.
Effective arguing is an important skill to develop. Verbal conflict is not about being contrary or negative, and it’s not about getting your own way.
Arguing is an inherent part of life that humans use to resolve issues and create new ideas and solutions. Using the "secrets" in How To Argue: 21 Ways to Win An Argument Without Losing a Friend you can become an effective, yet lovable, arguer.
For many, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) is a life-changing way of communicating with others. For you, NLP could mean getting that job you’ve always wanted, landing a date with your perfect mate, making the biggest sale of your life, and raising successful well-adjusted children. The sky is the limit!
Meditation is not just the effort of closing your eyes, drifting into a quiet world, and coming back to your busy life. The art of meditating trains your mind to shut out the “clatter, the clutter, the cloudiness.” Subsequently, your sharply focused state becomes a part of you -- even when you’re back in the “real world.”
Everyone procrastinates from time to time. For some people, procrastination is a nuisance slowing down the inevitable. But for others, it’s a debilitating dysfunction that can cost them their homes, families, jobs, relationships and more.
Low self-esteem can result in a number of maladaptive or antisocial behaviors such as hypersensitivity to criticism, defensiveness, chronic indecisiveness, self-sabotage, an excessive desire to please others, or strong perfectionist tendencies. Individuals with low self-esteem may display one or more of these behaviors at different times and in different situations.
Stress is not always a bad thing. When we exercise, we’re putting stress on our muscles, our lungs, and our cardiovascular system. The stress helps our bodies adapt and become stronger.
But there’s a difference between good stress and bad stress – and the differences are even more profound when you consider the effects of chronic bad stress.
Here are 101 secrets for managing stress.
This is NOT a textbook or workbook for someone who wants to become a professional speaker. It’s a simple-to-read and simple-to-act-on guide for the person who finds themself in positions where they need to speak and succeed in front of any crowd!
How confident would you say you are right now?
• Are you shy?
• Are you easily intimidated?
• Are you a wallflower who feels socially awkward?
• Can you comfortably look anyone you meet in the eye and immediately feel comfortable around them?
Self-confidence is available for the taking. Here are 21 time-tested secrets to help you do that!
Time is something that is often undervalued in today’s society. Sure, money is important as it can purchase you the items that you need to live the lifestyle of your choice, but time is the one thing that you can never buy – and the one thing that you can never get back.
Here are the 101 best tips for managing your time.