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CEOs tell me about the importance of managing your good attitude:
“I can easily hire qualified people, but it’s not so easy to find people with a good outlook.”
“I hire attitude. Skills can be learned. I’ll take good attitude any day.”
It’s okay to wear an enthusiastic, positive attitude on your sleeve. That’s a constructive and productive point of view when coupled with plans to make it happen. A positive, optimistic approach will improve the outcome of any situation you are in, even if you’re the only one who has one.
You don’t need a wide smile, a snapshot pose, a big ‘ole rubber beam, or a wolfish grin. Rather, you need just a slightly open mouth with a friendly upturn of the lips—a small smile. The demeanor I’m promoting is an undaunted, comfortable-in-your-skin, shiny business game face. Consider the following:A shiny face from your…
The Five Things That Can Help You Succeed: the Attitude Edition
The information is ubiquitous: our attitudes color how we see the world, how we respond to stimuli, and can even affect our health. So how can we cultivate the kind of attitude that helps us succeed at work? Here are five attitude factors …
Two phrases spewed by motivational speakers and “life” coaches drive me crazy.
When I hear them I want to strangle the messenger.
YOU … and the impressions you make on others … are the essence of your personal brand. Do you tend to smile or frown? Slump or stand confidently? Speak positively or negatively? Listen attentively or appear distracted? Do you have control over the impressions you make, or are you unaware of them?
Mediocrity– a disease that is spreading slowly through the ranks of small business owners and professionals across the country. It is infiltrating employees, products, services, and marketing…slowly dissecting and eating away at what YOU have worked so hard to build.