How can anyone expect to lead in any type of meaningful manner, until and unless he begins with something he wants to achieve or accomplish? Before anyone decides to become a leader, he must decide and determine not only his objectives, but WHERE he wishes to take his organization. It is often said that every great leader began with a dream that transformed to a vital and vibrant vision, which then created a form [Read More…]
Goal setting is the key habit that successful people practice on a daily basis. It is what helps keep them on track and achieve great happiness and success.
If you are lost and not knowing what you should be doing next in your life.
Then read on and apply these simple tips for setting goals and watch your life change for the better.
Here are 7 Easy Tips For Happiness & Success [Read More…]
It may seem difficult to imagine that there are drawbacks to setting goals but certainly, it’s understandable that just as there is a good side to all things, there is also a negative or downside to all things. Even setting goals.
What could be a drawback of setting goals? Here is a list of the top seven drawbacks of setting goals:
One: Fantasy: you set impossible goals. [Read More…]
Few would disagree that communication is the key to success, in fact, if you ask the top CEOs and Business Leaders the most important skills to succeed in their jobs, they will definitely list communication as one of them. Any good politician, nonprofit group leader, coach, military commander or educator will tell you the very same thing. Think about this for second, [Read More…]
After more than three decades of consulting to numerous industries and not-for-profit organizations on a variety of topics and subjects, including management, marketing, leadership, operations, conference and convention planning, negotiations, etc., I have come to recognize that most businesses and organizations suffer from the safe recurrent obstacle, when it comes to getting something accomplished. Especially [Read More…]
I adore efficiency. The smarter I work, the better I feel.
During a recent car ride I listened to an audio series I haven’t listened to in years. The medium is cassette tapes so that gives you a clue of how long it’s been! It is Lynn Grabhorn’s “Excuse Me… Your Life Is Waiting.”
In listening I was reminded of the idea of tasking vs. inspired acting. With to-do [Read More…]
In my three decades of consulting, and observing a number of leaders, I have discovered a disturbing pattern. Somehow, all too many leaders believe that compromise is a necessary virtue of leadership. This has probably come about because many leadership seminars and publications have addressed the need that leaders have to form a consensus, in order to get things accomplished. While that is unfortunately [Read More…]
From what I’ve been able to ascertain the term “Children of Alcoholics” was first coined in 1945, by a psychiatrist who was treating a large number of people suffering from alcoholism. Apparently He began to notice a recurring pattern of family history of alcoholism in one or both parents of the patients.
In the 1970’s the term “Adult Children of Alcoholic’s ” was born and quickly [Read More…]
When trying to overcome an obstacle, it helps to know your options. When you have options, you can pick a less challenging and stressful course of action.
This applies to drug addiction recovery as well.
There are many options available when trying to recover from an addiction. Knowing your options can help you get the support you need to make the transition easier and with less effort.
Discussed [Read More…]
What often differentiates a true leader from most of the wannabes is that he is an individual who truly commits to providing value for his constituents and organization, and generously volunteers his time and efforts, in order to improve conditions for the rest of us. This individual is not someone who searches for others to thank him for his efforts, but rather a person who is grateful [Read More…]