In December many people prepare and write their wish list to Santa. Amazingly there are many similarities to this, and the process of effective Goal setting for your business. You see, with Santa you write out what goodies you want him to deliver down your chimney on Christmas Eve. Well, the great news is that the process of goal setting is exactly the same. However, one main difference is that Continue reading
Here I am again – sitting at the computer and trying to understand how a leader emerges… how they work… where they find their energy… their patience… their knowledge… I am looking for a map. I need to get from point ‘A’ to point ‘B’… I realize… I realize… I realize….
I realize it is NEVER that easy or everyone would be a leader.
I think back on the great Continue reading
Emotional Intelligence is at the Heart of Leadership. The emotionally intelligent leader has the ability to recognize and manage his emotions, and can empathize with a diverse range of people. In addition, he possesses a highly fluid, many sided personality composed of a broad range of personality opposites.
An emotionally intelligent leader can share himself authentically, even in the presence Continue reading
How often do you think about setting personal development goals? In the hustle and bustle of daily life, it’s easy to lose track of the goals we have for our personal, professional, and family lives. We “wear many hats” and often find ourselves just getting by, feeling adrift in the world, and ignoring what we really want to achieve.
Taking the time to reflect on your Continue reading
Goal setting approaches is one factor which in turn will be entirely important towards fulfillment you’re needing to complete throughout everything what you are doing in your life. Obtaining targets is possibly to assist you to to obtain greater amounts of success compared to you might accomplish in case you by no means had the particular targets to begin with. In the event you examine any body Continue reading
Ok real quick,
Answer this question:
What is the opposite of Risk? Think about it if you don’t know. What did you say? Was you answer: “Playing it safe?” I bet there’s a good chance I’m right.
Why do you think you answered the way you did? Is it because you have been in a situation that caused you to be “stuck” financially, emotionally, spiritually, Continue reading
” A skilled Transition Team leader will set the general goals for a Transition, and then confer on the other team leaders working with him the power to implement those goals.” Richard V. Allen
Many managers depend on their corporate experience to assist them in making organizational decision. However, in the rapid climate of economic changes, a leader can falter if solely depending on his or her past Continue reading
How many dreams do you have that have never become reality? How many goals have you set that have never been reached? What has happened? If you are still hanging on to them what is in the way of your attaining your exciting reality? When are you planning to accomplish your goals? If they are not in process at this very moment ask yourself, “If not now, when?”
In this article Continue reading
One of the important skills you need for time management is goal setting. Without that ability, you’ll have a much harder time taking the steps necessary to get your day organized and to complete your tasks in an orderly fashion. Below are some examples of how goal setting and time management are connected.
The Building Block Method
One of the best examples of the connection between goal setting Continue reading
Many members of Alcoholics Anonymous find the third step to be challenging. Understandably, giving up our lives to a “God” that we cannot see or touch is scary. Those that bravely push through find that this step is extraordinarily liberating.
Step Three – Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.
Like many of the other steps, step Continue reading