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Category :: Management Articles Author :: George Ebert 
 
 Article Title :: One Crazy Cookie
 
In order to survive, you have to be happier than if you were in your right mind. Chinese Fortune Cookie When orienting someone new to the company, the last thing I tell them is to, “have fun.” This usually raises a skeptical eyebrow, but it’s true. Work should be about more than simply surviving the day. It should be a place where we learn from our mistakes and celebrate our successes. When we do this everyone wins because the act of celebration creates a motivating force that is entirely disproportionate to the initial experience. A personal or team success, when celebrated, unleashes a long-lasting positive effect. Morale, p  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George Ebert 
 
 Article Title :: A Journey of a Thousand Miles
 
You can’t build a reputation on what you are "going" to do. Henry Ford Everyone procrastinates in their own way. For some, procrastination results from the belief that there is always one more bit of information that will really make the case¯or, conversely, really undo the case. They resist taking action for fear that they’ve missed something vital. They become paralyzed by data gathering, reporting and endless analysis. On the other hand, there are the visionaries. They dream grand dreams and put shape to what had been unformed potential. But this is exciting work and the mundane bricks and mortar of bringing dreams to reality lacks the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Helen Chen 
 
 Article Title :: Million Dollar Support System For You and For Your Business
 
Whether you are a consultant, coach, business owner, doctor, professional, corporate elite or student, whatever your profession is, moving towards your dream requires taking courageous steps. Making long-lasting changes requires us to create a network of support. Surrounding yourself with a community of nice-giving-good people, committed to their own growth, will give you tremendous emotional strength to move forward. Napoleon Hill, the author of Think and Grow Rich, changed the lives of many successful business people. In this book, Hill shares the importance of creating and using the power of a mastermind group. A mastermind group is two or more people who come together   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George Ebert 
 
 Article Title :: Whadda Jerk!
 
If one does not understand a person, one tends to regard him as a fool. Carl Jung Sadly, public discourse today seems to have degenerated into warring parties spitting epithets at one another. With little inclination to see the other’s point of view, the parties are reduced to name calling, labeling and the simplification of complex issues. The only commonality is the shared belief that the other guy is a jerk. Thanks to Jung’s pioneering work on personality type, we know that there are at least sixteen discrete ways to view any data set. This means that given any situation, there are sixteen different, though perfectly normal, ways  of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George Ebert 
 
 Article Title :: A Man and His Razor
 
It is vain to do with more what can be done with less.  William of Ockham This is Ockham’s famed Razor.  A shorthand version of the razor might be, “keep it simple.” When complexity is added to a relationship, process or organization without good reason, the result is usually a loss of focus, clarity and effectiveness. Roles become blurred, goals are uncertain and success is haphazard.  Bureaucracies are prime violators of the principle. Clinging to management structures designed in the 19th century to help the railways run on time, many organizations maintain complex supervisory relations that unnecessarily slow work.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George Ebert 
 
 Article Title :: Burger on a Bun Decision Making
 
When approaching any decision, it’s important for individuals to maintain the healthy state of openness called for by WYSINWYG (what you see is never what you get). Remember that there is always more going on than simply meets the eye. Calling on all the skills, strengths and resources that are accessible, though not immediately apparent will produce vastly better results. Secondly, individuals should strive for balance in both their data gathering and their decision-making. Many factors can influence a final decision, not the least of which is emotion. Strong emotion easily clouds the process and can result in extreme solutions. Sometimes extreme measures will  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George Ebert 
 
 Article Title :: The DNA of Motivation
 
It really is about motivation. After all, what impels someone to climb a mountain, or go to college, or save for a car, or learn a new language or anything of a thousand things? What is it that moves someone to action from a position of comfortable stasis? The answer is motivation. Motivation is the process of stimulating you to action. It takes a need, desire or some other impulse and incites a response. Motivation is the high-octane fuel of success and, as such, it’s vital that individuals and teams capitalize on its power. Often motivation seems to occur spontaneously -- the result of apparently random events. But random motivation isn’t the stuff of greatness - t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: George Ebert 
 
 Article Title :: The Most Important Thing You'll Ever Do
 
The wellspring of confidence is belief. When you believe in something, you accept and have conviction about the truth, actuality, or validity of that thing. When the belief is about you, its called self-confidence. Self-confidence is your belief that you can marshal your physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual resources in the successful pursuit of a goal. The number one predictor of individual or team success is confidence level. Confident people tend to initiate action and control their environment - even under difficult conditions. Your degree of self-confidence will determine the kinds of risks you take, the amount of effort you’ll expend, and the strength of your p  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Regine P. Azurin 
 
 Article Title :: Book Summary: Mind Your Own Business
 
A maverick is an independent person who will not go along with the other members of a group (Oxford ESL Dictionary). This book provides priceless stories and insights from a maverick of the business world; an exemplary business leader who prefers not to follow orthodox beliefs in business, nor be eaten by the hyped up ideas of the present. Instead, he chooses the course of action that is appropriate for the changing times.The Maverick’s Way: New Old ThingWhat is effective? This is the question answered by the maverick. He reconciles the good things from both the Old and New times, and focuses on what is really effective in confronting the challenges of 21st century busine  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Management Articles Author :: Sue And Chuck DeFiore 
 
 Article Title :: Organizing The Information
 
Putting a piece of paper in a file folder is easy; finding it again is the hard part. There are ways to make your files easier to use and your papers easier to find. Invest in a sturdy, four or five-drawer file cabinet. Spend the extra money it takes to get quality and durability. You’ll spend more money replacing a cheaper file cabinet a few times than buying a reliable one in the beginning. You may not have enough files to fill the cabinet now, but believe me, you’ll need it in the future. Before you buy additional cabinets, weed out unnecessary files. The natural tendency is to buy more cabinets to hold the papers you’ve accumulated. The more filing space you have, ho  (read full article)
 
 
 
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