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Build business with Trust

Zig Ziglar once said, “If people like you, they will listen to you. If people trust you, they will do business with you”. Isn’t that true? TRUST IS THE CURRENCY TO DO BUSINESS You may know someone who has all the certificates in the world, but if you can’t trust him, you won’t do business with him. Trust is built on TRUTH. If you are looking to build your business, build the trust factor. 3 ways how we can build trust in our organization 1.Speak the truth 2.Make commitments y

Slice the challenge

If you eat a potato as a whole, it's possible but it's difficult. On the other hand, it’s so much more enjoyable when you slice the potato. The principle is SLICE THE CHALLENGE. If there is a difficult activity, instead of getting stressed out about it, break down the tasks, slice the challenge. If there is a project that requires 5 hours to execute, break it up into 1 hour a day and in five days you will complete the task. Don't delay a task, rather break it down and do a li

How to introduce yourself?

When someone asks us to introduce ourselves, why is it that many of us start with the word 'basically'. This word has become a crutch for us. If you face that challenge, here’s how we can introduce ourselves: If you are a Student, talk about the subjects you are pursuing and the extracurricular activities that you enjoy doing. If you are an Employee, talk about the role you have in the company, your contribution towards the organization and your hobbies. If you are a Business

Guard yourself against pride

“You could fall off the ladder you climbed on”. That's a statement by Hammering Hank, an American baseball player and it speaks about pride. When climbing a ladder, you need to focus, or else you might miss a step and fall down. That’s what pride can do, especially when you are enjoying success. How do we guard ourselves against pride? Here, are 2 things you can consider: 1.Appreciate the people around you. Acknowledge their efforts in your success story. Recognize their cont

Leaders delegate and demonstrate

Leadership is vital for the success of an organization as it increases the productivity of the team and gives the people a common vision. The two important qualities required for leadership are Delegation and Demonstration. DELEGATE When we delegate responsibilities, we get more done in less amount of time and that improves productivity. Delegation gives a sense of ownership to employees and challenges them to deliver results. As a leader, we not only delegate responsibilitie

Are you ready

Jack: “So, are you ready?” Joan: “Umm….. ac….act….actually, uh….” Jack: “I thought you wanted this?” Joan: “Yes, I…..I do. But I think I need more time.” Haven't we all experienced this at some point in our lives? There's something we want, a role/an opportunity, but when the opportunity gets presented to us, we are not ready. We miss what we were hoping for because we were not prepared. John Wooden, a basketball coach in the USA, once said, “When opportunity comes, it's too

Perspective on possessions

Life is so much more than the things we possess. Material possessions have a place and a degree of importance in life. But if they become the end goal, we lose out on the big picture to life. This picture is a quotation of Jesus as he shared a parable with the people around. (Scripture reference Luke 12:13-21). He would later speak of the importance of finding purpose to life, getting to know the eternal One who created you. Hope this Bible verse helps us in developing our p

Work life balance

It's important to expand our boundaries, push ourselves and yet at the same time, not fall over the cliff. Here is the statement from the book, 'Developing the leader within you 2.0 workbook', written by John Maxwell. People who keep burning the candle at both ends aren't as bright as they think they are. It is vital that we have empty spaces on my calendar so that I can have the liberty to be creative. If we don't have a work life balance, we will suffer a burn out. I hope t

The foxhole principle

When a foot soldier positions himself/herself on the battlefield, they build trenches to hide from the enemy. But here is a teamwork principle. Build a trench big enough for you and a friend because when the going gets tough, a friend is there to watch out for you, watch with you and this will help you in fighting your personal battles. The Foxhole Principle states: When preparing for battle, dig a hole big enough for a friend. I first heard this statement in an online traini

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