If you could learn five listening skills that would make you a better recruiter. . . Would you be interested? What
While biohacking sounds new, it’s actually been around for centuries and impacts every person. We all want to understand our biology and use it to our advantage. Entrepreneurs have a unique opportunity to create or build something that can help people worldwide understand and improve their lives through the application of biohacking.
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If you’ve been to one company training you’ve heard it. You can’t say the wrong thing to the right person.
Maybe our problem is that we do KNOW ourselves and we know that sometimes we aren’t very likable.
Welcome to the human race!
This is one of the best reasons for branding yourself. You get to work on who you are.
You will get to KNOW yourself! And I promise. You will get to LIKE yourself. And as you do this before the whole world (oh so scary, I know) they will be able to TRUST you.
And when they KNOW, LIKE and TRUST you, you will be far more productive for your company than any SpamBot.
Always be reading/listening to a good personal development book/audio.
Jeff Olson has this rule. Read ten pages a day.
That is part of The Slight Edge that he writes about in the book of that name.
Ten pages will be easy to do. And it will be just as easy not to do.
But if you stick with it you will be filled up with new ideas, new confidence, new mastery of what you are doing.
Our decision to join a network marketing business was a daring decision.
We were aware of what many people think about our profession. In fact, many of us still harbored some of that mindset when we joined.
And even though we knew what others thought, we joined.
That takes courage and strength. But most likely we have exhausted our reserve of courageous strength after calling a few of our family and friends who turn out to be no-men.
So, we need to hang out with more yes-men.
our health – are you making choices with diet, exercise, sleep that are improving your health?
Your happiness – are you choosing to be happy or dissatisfied?
Your friendships and relationships – are you taking action to nurture relationships with others in your life?
Your personal development – are you reading books, watching videos that are growing you?
Your finances – are you living within your means, is your net worth growing?
Your career – are you growing in the skills of your work, are you making a bigger contribution in your personal effort?
Your positive impact on the world? Is the world a better place because of you and is your impact growing?
Ever wonder why there are so many personal development books and programs out there and yet people keep signing up for more?
Is it possible those books and programs aren’t getting the job done?
Some people have purchased so many personal development products that they could teach their own class.
I was chatting with someone who, like me, is caring for her elderly mother.
Of course, I can relate to the distractions she works with.
But I can also relate to the distractions you work with as well.
That’s because a distraction is by definition distracting. Whatever circumstances create the distraction.
And . . .
Our lives are full of distractions.