I’ve used positive self-talk my whole career, liking the adjective “exceptional.” Old affirmations I said over and over, with enthusiasm—I’m an exceptional salesman. I’m an exceptional presenter. I’m an exceptional coach. Why not use that same “pump” word for goals?
Just as there are universal laws for success, there are universal laws for failure. Those doomed to fail say: We can’t…You don’t understand…We’re different; our situation is unique…We don’t have the people…money…time…They say it repeatedly, not occasionally. It’s always something
Anthony Tjan of Harvard Business Review interviewed global CEOs and senior executives. He asked: Are your meetings achieving your intended objectives? Their answer: less than 40% of the meetings did! Over half of their meetings were unacceptable…but continuing! How does
Four simple Rules of Engagement will keep your meetings focused, guarantee improved productivity, reduce the turf wars, while assisting you to fail fast and fall forward, to accelerate your momentum, your development, and your results! 1. Clarifying questions Questions to