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There is an interesting phenomenon I’ve noticed about the zoom lens on a camera – the better one feels about the way they look, the more comfortable they are with its use. Much like the lens of a camera, a mirror of our behavior can be just as intimidating. Today I am going to share [...]Continue Reading →
On May 6, 2013 By MFadmin
For this week’s message I am sharing a couple of items for you to consider to shed the mindset or habits that make success elusive. So much is discussed about what to do to be a great leader, I thought I’d have a little fun and share what not to do. So I took our [...]Continue Reading →
Looking at situations from different perspectives, temporarily suspending your own logic helps build up your skills of “connecting the dots”. This is what we need to do when developing solutions. This is how we are going to innovate our industry.
Its often said that communication is the key to success. Usually people focus on being [...]Continue Reading →
On November 19, 2012 By John Fairclough
So often a “yes or no” question is asked, but a paragraph response is given. It baffles me why so many people stumble on this. I get it – they are afraid of providing the wrong answer, or they want to show how hard something was, or a bunch of other reasons.
As a question [...]Continue Reading →
“So, how do I look?”
There are some questions that create instant crossroads. I want to tell the truth, I want to protect the other person’s feelings, I want to share productive thoughts. So many wants, so few ways to meet them all.
All too often the answer is provided, even if it is not [...]Continue Reading →
For the last few weeks we’ve been talking about finding improvement opportunities and discerning what to put our efforts in. This week I want to share a few thoughts about building our company’s intelligence through TCUP (Thinking Correctly Under Pressure). Its purpose is to improve our performance – to prepare us for situations we expect [...]Continue Reading →
Why would it be important to be “recipient minded” and what on earth does that mean? To be recipient minded means you have the others persons interest in mind. To Be recipient minded you need to remember who you are talking to and keep their point of view in your peripheral. You could go a [...]Continue Reading →
If you want to make an omelet you need to crack a few eggs. And sometimes its necessary to have hard conversations with people so there can be clear communication and good direction. You may need to muster some courage. Yet being brave does not mean you’re not nervous. There are many different personalities and [...]Continue Reading →
Its been said that when we don’t like people on a personal level it is because we feel they do not like us. Whether this is a reality or simply a perceived reality, can you see how that may be true?
Robert Wright is an author, journalist, accomplished scientist and regular speaker on TED.com. Wright believes [...]Continue Reading →
Want to know the trait that can increase business? Its a human trait that even animals display. Its empathy. Whether you are dealing with customers, vendors, family members, acquaintances, friends or associates, empathy is a trait that can make human bonds strong and make life worth living. It will behoove us to harness empathy to [...]Continue Reading →
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