There are two kinds of criticisms. There is constructive criticism. Constructive criticism is basically a healthy feedback. Something everyone successful will be grateful for. Then there is also useless criticism everyone should simply disregard because the information given does not add any value, is irrelevant or is done with the intent to hurt. Let's go back to constructive criticism... Every criticism hurts a little bit, but the constructive one has a huge value for us. S
To some of us reliability comes naturally: We keep our words. Do not let others down. Show up for meetings on time. Pick up calls or at least return them in timely manners. We time plan and time manage properly to ensure we actually can keep our words. And mainly realize we do not live alone on this planet and our actions have consequences. Sadly, lots of people have no clue what I just said. They are disorganized, do not know how to plan, do not know how to say no and they d
Feel stuck? Working hard, trying your best and not getting what you want? Happens to the best of us. And it is soul destroying. Provided that you know what your goals are, it could be something as simple as a few bad habits, frustration, lack of motivation, tiredness, too much stress, worrying... I started doing a wonderful exercise with my clients. It reveals in a fun and easy way what takes their head space. The head space which should be dedicated to everything to do with
The best managers know a little secret. They mastered this one thing to never lose a customer, client, colleague or trust of anyone important in their lives. We all get angry and upset. It would be strange if we didn't. But have you ever noticed how different people deal with angry people? The worst thing you can do in that very moment when you are facing someone angry or upset is to dismiss their feelings and attack them back. So here is the golden rule: When facing someone
Making a first good impression is crucial to your success and building positive relationships. "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression." The fact is that when you first meet a person, they make judgment about you in approximately four seconds, and his judgment is finalized largely within 30 seconds of the initial contact. In a survey of the members of the American Personnel Consultants those men and women who are responsible for hiring people for large
Today we will talk about the fear of rejection and its effect on us in selling our products, services and ideas. Rejection is unpleasant for all of us in all areas of life. We all suffered from being rejected by our parents, teachers, friends, partners or colleagues at some point. We might have developed anxiety and fear from going through the pain again. And now it is stopping us from progressing in our lives. From selling a really good product or service. In order to get ri
We all know that life continuously throws challenges in our way. What makes successful people successful are their excellent problem solving skills. They tackle problems immediately and they don't run away from them.
If you want to be successful you need to learn how to solve problems efficiently and in timely manner.
Imagine how your life would be like if you mastered problem solving and turned into someone who is in charge of your life. Sounds nice doesn't it?
Start walking tall instantly. Straighten up. It will make you feel better and more confident immediately. Repeat in your head (positive self-talk): “I am confident and successful”. If you can’t remember to do it set alarms on your phone with the message at least couple of times a day. Praise yourself for anything which you do right or well. Does not matter how small it is. Do you remember something very kind your friends or family said to you or about you on Facebook or in te