best business strategy

A business strategy is a powerful tool for helping you reach your business goals, defining the strategies and tactics you need to take within your company. The business strategy also guides many of your organizational decisions, such as hiring new employees. Creating a business strategy that’s in line with the vision you have for your company takes time and development. In this article, we will discuss what a business strategy is and why it’s important, the components of a business strategy and 10 examples of business strategies to help you generate ideas for your own company. What is business strategy?A … Continue reading best business strategy

best influence tips

Master the 3 Ways to Influence PeopleUse the Head, Heart, or Hands (Logical, Emotional, or Cooperative Appeals)Influence is the ability to personally affect the actions, decisions, opinions, or thinking of others.Ultimately, influence allows you to get things done and achieve desired outcomes.At a basic level, influence is about compliance — getting someone to do what you want them to do (or at least not to undermine it). But genuine commitment from other people is often required for you to accomplish key goals and tasks.Early in your career, or in individual contributor roles, influence is about working effectively with people over … Continue reading best influence tips

Influence

Have you ever thought……🤔 How do we influence someone…..😱 Here I have learned 3 principles which helps to influence anyone : 1. Storytelling : There’s nothing new about storytelling. Long before we had books and newspapers, telephones and telegraphs and the internet and our ancestor’s sat around the fire and told stories. More than storytellers, we’re story consumers and we easily influenced by the story. 2. Change Management : I was little confused before taking this course how change management can influence. We unknowingly sound apologetic about the change and the focus on all things negative is so great that … Continue reading Influence

10. 3 Powerful Meditation Techniques For Beginners For You to Try Right Away

10. 3 Powerful Meditation Techniques 10. 3 Powerful Meditation Techniques For Beginners For You to Try Right Away When you are starting out with meditation, we are overwhelmed by the many choices and techniques we have available, and many times we end up doing the wrong thing, because we start with more advanced types for which we simply do not have the mental equipment yet. Thus it is important for beginners in meditation to choose simple techniques whereby you minimize the changes of external diversion and maximize your focus on one single object. Later on, once you get used to … Continue reading 10. 3 Powerful Meditation Techniques For Beginners For You to Try Right Away

Article title:Current Article: How to Get People to Accept a Tough Decision

How to Get People to Accept a Tough Decision hbr-org.cdn.ampproject.org Imagine this: You’re a general manager for a manufacturing company and orders are up. You know you should be celebrating, but instead, you feel gut punched. Your plants are facing severe capacity and material constraints and you know you can’t fill these orders. Now you have to decide which ones to fill, which to delay, and which to turn away. Your decision will favor winners and losers: desperate customers, angry sales reps, and frustrated factory employees. And, if you don’t get it right, your reputation with all of these stakeholders … Continue reading Article title:Current Article: How to Get People to Accept a Tough Decision

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Thank you for 3000 followers So grateful to all of you. I’m so glad to have you all in my network!#networking, has been the key thing for me! It has impacted my career by making me connecting with successful leaders in the industry!I look forward to grow my #linked in family, even more & keep welcoming more people in my network! If you havent connected with me yet, Please send me a connection request & I’ will accept it right away!Lets grow together!💥💥 •Three steps to increase your network as well: #follow, this post #share, this post #sned request7 , … Continue reading congratulations

Psychopathology

Introduction and History of Mental Illness Our earliest explanation of what we now refer to as psychopathology involved the possession by evil spirits and demons. Many believed, even as late as the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries that the bizarre behavior associated with mental illness could only be an act of the devil himself. To remedy this, many individuals suffering from mental illness were tortured in an attempt to drive out the demon. Most people know of the witch trials where many women were brutally murdered due to a false belief of possession. When the torturous methods failed to return the … Continue reading Psychopathology

Classifying Psychopathology

Mental illness is classified today according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM IV), published by the American Psychiatric Association (1994). The DSM uses a multiaxial or multidimensional approach to diagnosing because rarely do other factors in a person’s life not impact their mental health. It assesses five dimensions as described below: Axis I: Clinical Syndromes This is what we typically think of as the diagnosis (e.g., depression, schizophrenia, social phobia) Axis II: Developmental Disorders and Personality Disorders Developmental disorders include autism and mental retardation, disorders which are typically first evident in childhood Personality disorders … Continue reading Classifying Psychopathology

Psychiatric Disorders

Let’s discuss the first two axes in more detail now as these are what we typically think of when we think of mental illness or psychopathology. The DSM IV (American Psychiatric Association, 1994) identifies 15 general areas of adult mental illness. We’ll discuss each one briefly. For more information about a specific category, open Psychiatric Disorders on the Main Menu and follow the links provided. 1. Delirium, Dementia, Amnestic, and Other Cognitive Disorders The primary symptoms of these disorders include significant negative changes in the way a person thinks and/or remembers. All of these disorders have either a medical or … Continue reading Psychiatric Disorders

Stigma, Stereotyping, and the Mentally Illness

Mental illness can have a devastating effect on an individual, his or her family and friend, and on the community in many ways. How it affects the individual is obvious, reduced ability to care for oneself, strong negative emotions, distorted thoughts, inappropriate behavior, and reduced ability to maintain a relationship are only a few possible outcomes. On friends and family, it can be a major responsibility to care for someone suffering from a mental illness, the emotional and behavioral components of some illnesses can be very difficult at times to understand and to deal with. Mental illness also effects the … Continue reading Stigma, Stereotyping, and the Mentally Illness

Psychobiology

Treatment of mental illnesses can take various forms. They can include medication, talk-therapy, a combination of both, and can last only one session or take many years to complete. Many different types of treatment are available, but most agree that the core components of psychotherapy remain the same. Psychotherapy consists of the following. 1. A positive, healthy relationship between a client or patient and a trained psychotherapist. 2. Recognizable mental health issues, whether diagnosable or not. 3. Agreement on the basic goals of treatment. 4. Working together as a team to achieve these goals. Continue reading Psychobiology

Types of Psychotherapy

Treatment Approaches. —————————— When describing ‘talk’ therapy or psychotherapy, there are several factors that are common among most types. First and foremost is empathy. It is a requirement for a successful practitioner to be able to understand his or her client’s feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Second, being non-judgmental is vital if the relationship and treatment are going to work. Everybody makes mistakes, everybody does stuff they aren’t proud of. If your therapist judges you, then you don’t feel safe talking about similar issues again. Finally, expertise. The therapist must have experience with issues similar to yours, be abreast of the … Continue reading Types of Psychotherapy

amazing quotes

I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control“I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best.”― Marilyn Monroetags: attributed-no-source, best, life, love, mistakes, out-of-control, truth, worst154006 likesLikeWilliam W. Purkey“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching,Love like you’ll never be hurt,Sing like there’s nobody listening,And live like it’s heaven on earth.”― William W. Purkeytags: dance, heaven, hurt, inspirational, life, love, sing120905 likesLikeMae … Continue reading amazing quotes

best quotes

famous-quotesQuotes by Famous People“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” -Nelson Mandela“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” -Walt Disney“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.” -Steve Jobs“If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.” -Eleanor Roosevelt“If you look at what you have in life, you’ll always have more. If you look at what you don’t have in … Continue reading best quotes

best health quotes

Health quotes that’ll surely inspire you to be healthy 1. Eating crappy food isn’t a reward — it’s a punishment. – Drew Carey Health quotes that’ll surely inspire you to be healthy 2. It’s true that laughter really is cheap medicine. It’s a prescription anyone can afford. And best of all, you can fill it right now. – Steve Goodier Health quotes that’ll surely inspire you to be healthy 3. The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don’t want, drink what you don’t like, and do what you’d rather not. – Mark Twain Health quotes that’ll … Continue reading best health quotes

72 best quotes about leadership

72 Amazing Leadership Quotes That Will Inspire You To Be GreatBy Jim HarklessFebruary 21, 2019How are you leading teams and others? When you’re in the trenches of leading teams and others, it’s hard to know the right answer. And it’s easy to lose your motivation while wading through the details. No one knows your situation quite like you do. In this post, you’ll find powerful leadership quotes from business leaders, artists, philosophers and national leaders.72 Amazing Leadership Quotes That Will Inspire You To Be Greatleadership quotes — stephen covey“What you do has far greater impact than what you say.” – … Continue reading 72 best quotes about leadership

leadership quotes

A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves. —Lao Tzu Where there is no vision, the people perish. —Proverbs 29:18 I must follow the people. Am I not their leader? —Benjamin Disraeli You manage things; you lead people. —Rear Admiral Grace Murray Hopper The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant. —Max DePree6. Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. —Warren Bennis Lead me, follow me, … Continue reading leadership quotes

Here are my favorite inspirational quotes about life: 1) “The Best Way To Get Started Is To Quit Talking And Begin Doing.” – Walt DisneyThis straight-to-business quote comes from the man who created the happiest place on earth – and a multibillion-dollar empire. Click here to tweet this inspirational quote.inspirational quote by Walt Disney over image of feet on stair case2) “The Pessimist Sees Difficulty In Every Opportunity. The Optimist Sees Opportunity In Every Difficulty.” – Winston ChurchillWhen it comes to success quotes by famous people, Winston Churchill’s inspirational words of wisdom always make the list. Click here to tweet this … Continue reading

How To Write A CV

In the job hunting market, there are lots of ways an employer can learn about potential hires; from business cards, to personal websites, to job applications. Of course, no little piece of paper is better known than the resume. But what if an employer asks you for a CV? What is a CV? To really figure out what a CV is, we first have to talk about what CV means. The letters CV stand for curriculum vitae which is Latin for “course of life.” When used in a job seeking context, a CV (also sometimes referred to as just a … Continue reading How To Write A CV

Get The Best Out Of You

When shopping online, always read the 1-star reviews first. If you see a car accident call the police. It may seem obvious but many believe that someone else will do it. Dont right-click-correct incorrectly spelled words. Delete the entire word then re-type it correctly. Do this to train yourself to spell words right the first time instead of relying on spell-check. While having dinner at someone’s house, intentionally take smaller portions than you normally would. If you don’t like the meal you’ll be glad you don’t have too much, and if you do like it you can flatter the host … Continue reading Get The Best Out Of You

Chapter 8, Develop Your Personality, 8 of 21

Chapter 8 Develop Your Personality Each person is unique: Remember that each individual is different and has his or her unique characteristics and qualities. Comparing yourself with others around only increases the distress, especially when you start focusing on where you are lacking compared to others. It is important that you channelize your energy towards your positive traits. Do not get swayed by media portrayals: Media portrays people in its own idiosyncratic ways. It does not mean what or how you should be. Personality matters, not looks alone: It is not just looks that are important and that define who … Continue reading Chapter 8, Develop Your Personality, 8 of 21

Happy New Year 2021 to all my supporters

3 Golden Rules for 2021 1) Actions speak louder then words; 2) Don’t say it if you don’t mean it; 3) You’re special – don’t let anyone take you for granted. Happy New Year  , 14 of 68 “Good Health, Good Luck and much Happiness Throughout the Year.” ― Happy New Year 2021, 1 of 68 “May God gift you a style to convert your dream into reality in this new year.” ― Wish You a Happy New Year 2021, 2 of 68 I raise my glass today in wishing everyone a well loved, enjoyable, happy and successful new … Continue reading Happy New Year 2021 to all my supporters

CHAPTER 18

• Arjun said: O mighty-armed one, I wish to understand the purpose of renunciation and of the renounced order of life, O killer of the kesi demon, master of the senses. • The supreme personality of Godhead said: The giving up of activities that are based on material desire is what great learned men call the renounced order of life. And giving up the results of all activities is what the wise call renunciation. • Acts of sacrifice, charity and penance are not to be given up; they must be performed. Indeed, sacrifice, charity and penance purify even the great … Continue reading CHAPTER 18

Computer Science: Abbreviations, 26 of 98, In list, 98 items

Computer Science: Abbreviations In this chapter, we will discuss the different abbreviations in Computer Science. The following table lists down those abbreviations − Abbreviation Full-name A/D Analog-to-Digital ABC Atanasoff Berry Computer ACM Association for Computing Machinery AI Artificial Intelligence ALGOL Algorithic Language ALU Arithmetic Logic Unit AMD Advanced Micro Devices APRANET Advanced Research Project Agency Network ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange BASIC Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code BCD Binary Coded Decimal BIOS Basic Inpute Output System BIPS Billions of Instructions Per Second BPI Bytes Per Inch CAD Computer Aided Design CAE Computer Aided Engineering CAN Campus Area Network … Continue reading Computer Science: Abbreviations, 26 of 98, In list, 98 items

Basics of Computer Science – Virus, 25 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Virus A virus is a computer code or program, which is capable of affecting your computer data badly by corrupting or destroying them. Computer virus has the tendency to make its duplicate copies at a swift pace, and also spread it across every folder and damage the data of your computer system. A computer virus is actually a malicious software program or “malware” that, when infecting your system, replicates itself by modifying other computer programs and inserting its own code. Infected computer programs may include data files, or even the “boot” sector of the hard … Continue reading Basics of Computer Science – Virus, 25 of 98

Basics of Computer Science � Threat, 24 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Threat Threat in a computer system is a possible danger that might put your data security on stake. The damage is at times irreparable. Definition As defined by the National Information Assurance Glossary − · “Any circumstance or event with the potential to adversely impact an IS through unauthorized access, destruction, disclosure, modification of data, and/or denial of service.” · A computer threat can be “intentional” such as hacking or “accidental” such as malfunctioning of or physical damage. Types of Threat Following are the most common types of computer threats − · Physical damage − … Continue reading Basics of Computer Science � Threat, 24 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Security, 23 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Security Advancement of computer technology has radically changed the world; resultantly, most of the works whether it is matter of nation’s security system or buying a shoe online everything depends on computer. Such increased dependency also raises the issue of security, as most of the data is now stored in the computer system. Your computer systems store various sorts of data and hence if it is not secured, then you might be in for a big trouble. Why Do We Computer Security? Let us now see why do we need Computer security. It is required … Continue reading Basics of Computer Science – Security, 23 of 98

Basics of Computer Science � Multimedia, 22 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Multimedia In this chapter, we will discuss how the Computer Multimedia works. If a system presents, some information through more than two media, it is known as multimedia. For example, TV presents audio and video; book presents text, image, and graphs, computer, etc. The information presented through multimedia has better quality and capability, as it can be understood easily. The advanced computer system is a great example of modern multimedia. Literal Meaning of Multimedia In this section, we will understand the literal meaning of multimedia. · Multi − it means more than one · Medium … Continue reading Basics of Computer Science � Multimedia, 22 of 98

Windows Desktop Elements, 21 of 98

Windows Desktop Elements Once you are logged in a window computer system, you will get dozens of applications, so you can choose an option of your requirement. Many of the options have shortcut icon readily available on your computer screen; however, in some computers, you may not find any such option on the screen; in such a case, you can take the help of menu button (as shown in the image given below) − As you can see in the above image, in the left bottom, there is a window symbol (i.e., menu button); once you click on it, the … Continue reading Windows Desktop Elements, 21 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Mobile, 20 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Mobile Mobile computers are the systems, which are physically not remain connected to specific place rather these are mobile in nature, as one can carry anywhere anytime. The mobile computer technology carries battery back; therefore, it does not require consistent electric power. Mobile computers can be connected with Internet through wire or the connection can be wireless as well through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth technology. Likewise, it is portable, self-powered (because of inbuilt battery), and infused with wireless technology computing device. Types of Mobile Computing Device Following are the popular mobile computing devices − Laptop A … Continue reading Basics of Computer Science – Mobile, 20 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Extranet, 19 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Extranet An extranet is a sort of personalized service, which is controlled and regulated by private network. This personalized and controlled technology provides access only to partners, vendors, and suppliers; sometimes, not essentially, but also to some specific customers. An extranet is a private network organization, which is actually the part of respective company’s intranet and its services are extended to users outside the company. Sometimes, it is also considered as a specialized technique to practice business with other companies and selling products to the customers. In order to do business with other business partners, … Continue reading Basics of Computer Science – Extranet, 19 of 98

Algorithm Flowchart, 18 of 98

Algorithm Flowchart A flowchart is a blueprint that pictorially represents the algorithm and its steps. The steps of a flowchart do not have a specific size and shape rather it is designed in different shapes and sizes (see the image given below). As shown in the above image, the boxes in different shapes and interconnected with arrows, are logically making a flow chart. A flow-chart represents the general steps in a process. Benefits of Flowchart Let us now discuss the benefits of a flowchart. Simplify the Logic As it provides the pictorial representation of the steps; therefore, it simplifies the … Continue reading Algorithm Flowchart, 18 of 98

Software Programming, 17 of 98

Software Programming In order to make a computer functional, a set of instructions need to be programmed, as these programmed languages are carriers to the performance of a task. Likewise, a computer accepts users’ instructions in the form of computer programming and then carries out the given task. Features of Software Programming A computer program, which actually is a set of instructions and helps computer to perform a specific task, has the following basic features − · It ensures the given instructions are performed successfully. · It ensures the given instructions are performed in sequential order. · Explains the input … Continue reading Software Programming, 17 of 98

Electronic Commerce, 16 of 98

Electronic Commerce The advancement of computer technology and internet, domestic as well as international businesses are being fascinated towards these technologies. Today, most of the small or big businesses and domestic or international businesses offer their products and services through Internet. The business organizations these days have attractive and interactive website through which they promote and market their business. The facility of computer based technology and Internet collectively integrates the fragmented markets by offering them a common arena. Technology has further helped organizations in cost cutting and has also helped reduce the cost of products and services. Technology facilitates customers … Continue reading Electronic Commerce, 16 of 98

Computer Related Jobs, 15 of 98

Computer Related Jobs The fast computerization of every work and gradual dependency on computer based work has exponentially opened a new arena of Information technology for employment. However, the IT field requires qualified and trained employees who can design and develop a new information system. Information technology has also helped in research and development and has further developed new technologies. The IT employees emphasize on planning, designing, developing, managing the work, and providing technical support to various users. Types of Computer Related Jobs In recent times, a number of jobs have come up that are done with the assistance of … Continue reading Computer Related Jobs, 15 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Networking, 14 of 98

Basics of Computer Science – Networking A computer networking is a process of connecting two more than two computers with the purpose to share data, provide technical support, and to communicate (especially for the business purpose. Internet is the technology that is used to connect different computer systems (located in different geographic location). Networking technology has revolutionized the world and created a new arena for the overall development of every nation. Advantages of Networking Let us now discuss the advantages of networking. The advantages are described below − Facility of Technical Support Because of having computer networking, a person sitting … Continue reading Basics of Computer Science – Networking, 14 of 98

Data Processing, 13 of 98

Data Processing Collection, manipulation, and processing collected data for the required use is known as data processing. It is a technique normally performed by a computer; the process includes retrieving, transforming, or classification of information. However, the processing of data largely depends on the following − The volume of data that need to be processed The complexity of data processing operations Capacity and inbuilt technology of respective computer system Technical skills Time constraints Methods of Data Processing Let us now discuss the different methods of data processing. Single user programming Multiple programming Real-time processing On-line processing Time sharing processing Distributed … Continue reading Data Processing, 13 of 98

Generations of Computer, 12 of 98

Generations of Computer The development of computer systems is normally discussed as the development over different generations. With the succession of different generations, came the advancement in computer technology. Computer Generations Let us now discuss the development in Computer Technology over the different generations. First Generation · The period 1940 to 1956, roughly considered as the First Generation of Computer. · The first generation computers were developed by using vacuum tube or thermionic valve machine. · The input of this system was based on punched cards and paper tape; however, the output was displayed on printouts. · The first generation … Continue reading Generations of Computer, 12 of 98

Motivation

Motivating Skills Are you able to motivate others? If you are, it’s a skill you can highlight when you’re connecting with potential employers. Companies are always looking for motivators when they are recruiting staff. Motivational skills are valuable for employees when interfacing with customers, subordinates, upper management, suppliers, donors, team members, funding sources, and bosses. What Are Motivational Skills? Motivational skills in the workplace can be defined as actions or strategies that will elicit a desired behavior or response by a stakeholder. Motivational tactics will vary given the style of the motivator, their relationship with the target of the motivation, … Continue reading Motivation

Motivation

Motivating Skills – Theories Motivation is one of the most widely researched studies ever so there are many widely-accepted theories on it. Let’s discuss some of these and define motivation through these theories. Herzberg’s Motivational Theory Frederick Herzberg formed a theory known as “Motivation-Hygiene Theory” which was based on the idea that there are many factors in a person’s workplace which determine his levels of motivation towards doing his job properly. He labelled these factors as hygiene factors. According to him, every workplace has the ability to influence the productivity of its employees by either encouraging him to work further … Continue reading Motivation

motivation

McClelland’s Need-Based Model Before moving on to McClelland’s need-based model, let us first understand the term Valence and how it plays an important role in motivational theories. What is Valence? Valence is the value of a reward on-offer to an individual. It is the importance or necessity that an individual employee places on the incentive that’s offered to him at the end of the task. For example, a manager offers a handsome hourly compensation to his entire team if they were to work overtime that weekend on Saturday. To some people in the team, it could be a nice reward, … Continue reading motivation

motivation

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs In 1943, Abraham Maslow published a paper, “A Theory of Human Motivation”. In this paper, he proposed that people have different levels of needs that they seek to meet. Maslow mentioned that people are more motivated by the most basic needs. When these needs were placed in different levels, it was found that people have five levels of needs that they seek to meet. The most basic needs, i.e. the most motivating needs were placed at the bottom of this pyramid model. Level 1 – Physiological Needs These needs are considered the most important because they … Continue reading motivation

motivation

Motivation in the Business World Motivation is the driving force behind a person’s action. If you have a low motivation towards work, you will take longer time to complete it and the quality of the output may not be very good, either. On the other hand, if you have high motivation towards a job, you will not only enjoy the work but also get satisfaction out of the outcome. It has been observed that people who enjoy their work also feel the most fulfilled in their lives. People often try to find what the factors to motivate others are. If … Continue reading motivation

motivation

How to Motivate Employees Successful managers realize that the tags of “disobeying, uncooperative” etc. are attached to those employees in a team who were once selected to work for them by the company itself. In other words, the said person was never short of talent, nor he has any negative attitude towards work. Something in the company must have changed him. It could be the working environment, it could be the co-workers who have ignored him, or many other issues. A person might get disappointed with the working conditions very soon if he does not have the real picture in … Continue reading motivation

motivation

Motivating Skills – Performance Management Motivating others through Performance Management is an umbrella term used to describe many qualities in one word. In order to be a good manager of performance, you are supposed to know how to communicate well, how to lead from the front, how to be a role model, and you also need to know the value of collaboration. The job of a performance manager is to manage the performance of each and every member of the team. Many people think performance management is just overseeing people doing their jobs, but it’s more than that. It’s about … Continue reading motivation

Motivation

Motivating Skills – Delegation Delegation is one of the most important, yet most misunderstood word in the world of professional management. People tend to mistake delegation with shifting their workload and responsibilities to others. However, the truth is that delegation is the art of skillfully assigning roles to different people in a team so that they can deliver their best in the end. Companies Can’t Function without Delegation A team cannot be formed by one individual. Every manager needs people who can assist him in his work. It’s often said that a real manager is someone who doesn’t manage task, … Continue reading Motivation

Motivation

Motivating Skills – What Motivates You? The following worksheet is designed to find out what motivates you so that you can find your source of motivation in life. This will not only help people to focus on what’s important in life, but also make them aware of the challenges they face and what steps they should take in order to overcome them. It is a list of questionnaire with statements that you need to complete using your choices. You are supposed to tally the total number of a’s, b’s, or c’s at the end of the questionnaire. The largest number … Continue reading Motivation

Be Prepared To Climb From Peak To Peak

Winning is not a sometime thing; it’s an all the time thing. —VINCE LOMBARDI  JUST AS A mountain climber who has reached one peak must go down into the valley before climbing to another peak, your life and career will be a series of ups and downs. As you’ve heard, “Life is a process of two steps forward and one step back.” All business life is made up of cycles and trends. There are up cycles and down cycles. Often, trends in business can lead to a complete change in the industry. We see this today with the Internet and … Continue reading Be Prepared To Climb From Peak To Peak

Practice Self-Discipline In All Things

Self-discipline is the ability to make yourself do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not. —ELBERT HUBBARD  SELF-DISCIPLINE IS the most important single quality for success in life and in becoming a self-made millionaire. If you can discipline yourself to do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not, your success is virtually guaranteed. The key to becoming a self-made millionaire is having a long-time perspective combined with an ability to delay gratification in the short term.  It is your ability to set … Continue reading Practice Self-Discipline In All Things

Unlock Your Inborn Creativity

Imagination is more important than facts. —ALBERT EINSTEIN  HERE IS SOME more good news. You are a potential genius. You are smarter than you have ever imagined. You have more raw brainpower and creative ability than you have ever used up to now. Your brain has 10 billion cells, each of which is connected to as many as 20,000 other cells by a complex network of neurons and dendrites. This means that the possible combinations and permutations of cells in your brain are greater than the number of molecules in the known universe. Your ability to develop ideas to help … Continue reading Unlock Your Inborn Creativity

Get Around The Right People

You will be the same person in five years except for the people you meet and the books you read. —CHARLIE JONES  FULLY 85 PERCENT of your success and happiness in life is going to be determined by the quality of the relationships that you develop in your personal and your business activities. The more people you know and who know you in a positive way, the more successful you will be and the faster you will move ahead. At virtually every turning point in your life, someone is standing there to either help you or hinder you. Successful people … Continue reading Get Around The Right People

Take Excellent Care Of Your Physical Health

The key to happiness is a sound mind in a sound body. —THEODORE ROOSEVELT  WE ARE LIVING at the most wonderful time in human history in terms of longevity and physical fitness. You can live longer and live better today than has ever before been possible. You should aim to live to be 80 or 90 or even 100 years old, in excellent health, and you can do it if you decide to. First, set a goal to live to be at least 80 years old. Then, look at your current health habits and ask yourself whether or not the … Continue reading Take Excellent Care Of Your Physical Health

Be Decisive And Action Oriented

Take arms against a sea of troubles, and in so doing, end them. —WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE  ONE OF THE qualities of self-made millionaires is that they think carefully and then make decisions quickly. They discipline themselves to take action and to carry out the decisions they have made. They move fast and they get quick feedback from their actions. If they find they have made a mistake, they quickly self-correct and try something else.  The key to triumph is for you to try. Successful people are decisive and they try far more things than other people do. According to the Law … Continue reading Be Decisive And Action Oriented

Never Allow Failure To Be An Option

There is nothing to fear but fear itself. —FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT  THE FEAR OF failure is the greatest single obstacle to success in adult life. Note that it is not failure itself. Failure makes you stronger and more resilient and more determined. It is the fear of failure or the anticipation of failure that can paralyze your thoughts and your activities and hold you back from even trying to do the things that you need to do to be a big success. A young journalist once asked Thomas J. Watson Sr., the founder of IBM, how he could be more … Continue reading Never Allow Failure To Be An Option

Pass The Persistence Test

Nothing can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. —CALVIN COOLIDGE  PERSISTENCE IS THE iron quality of character. Persistence is to the character of man as carbon is to steel. It is the absolutely indispensable quality that goes hand in hand with all great success in life. And here is one of the great secrets of persistence and success: Program your subconscious mind for persistence … Continue reading Pass The Persistence Test

Conclusion: Success Is Predictable

Let me repeat the most important message of this entire book. It is this: “Success is predictable.” Success is not a matter of luck or accident or being in the right place at the right time. Success is as predictable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west. By practicing the principles that you have just learned, you will move to the front of the line in life. You will have an incredible advantage over people who do not know or who do not practice these techniques and strategies. You will have an advantage that will … Continue reading Conclusion: Success Is Predictable

Rich people are excellent receivers.Poor people are poor receivers.

If I had to nail down the number one reason most people do not reach their full financial potential, it would be this: most people are poor “receivers.” They may or may not be good at giving, but they are definitely bad at receiving. And because they are poor at receiving, they don’t! People are challenged by receiving for several reasons. First, many people feel unworthy or undeserving. This syndrome runs rampant in our society. I would guess that over 90 percent of individuals have feelings of not being good enough running through their veins. Where does this low self-esteem … Continue reading Rich people are excellent receivers.Poor people are poor receivers.

Rich people are bigger than their problems.Poor people are smaller than their problems.

As I said earlier, getting rich is not a stroll in the park. It is a journey that is full of twists, turns, detours, and obstacles. The road to wealth is fraught with traps and pitfalls, and that’s precisely why most people don’t take it. They don’t want the hassles, the headaches, and the responsibilities. In short, they don’t want the problems. Therein lies one of the biggest differences between rich people and poor people. Rich and successful people are bigger than their problems, while poor and unsuccessful people are smaller than their problems. Poor people will do almost anything … Continue reading Rich people are bigger than their problems.Poor people are smaller than their problems.

Rich people are willing to promote themselves andtheir value. Poor people think negatively aboutselling and promotion.

My company, Peak Potentials Training, offers over a dozen different programs. During the initial seminar, usually the Millionaire Mind Intensive, we briefly mention a few of our other courses, then offer the participants special “at seminar” tuition rates and bonuses. It’s interesting to note the reactions. Most people are thrilled. They appreciate getting to hear what the other courses are about and to receive the special pricing. Some people, however, are not so thrilled. They resent any promotion regardless of how it might benefit them. If this sounds in any way like you, it’s an important characteristic to notice about … Continue reading Rich people are willing to promote themselves andtheir value. Poor people think negatively aboutselling and promotion.

Rich people associate with positive,successful people. Poor people associatewith negative or unsuccessful people.

Successful people look at other successful people as a means to motivate themselves. They see other successful people as models to learn from. They say to themselves, “If they can do it, I can do it.” As I mentioned earlier, modeling is one of the primary ways that people learn. Rich people are grateful that others have succeeded before them so that they now have a blueprint to follow that will make it easier to attain their own success. Why reinvent the wheel? There are proven methods for success that work for virtually everyone who applies them. Consequently, the fastest … Continue reading Rich people associate with positive,successful people. Poor people associatewith negative or unsuccessful people.

Rich people admire other rich andsuccessful people. Poor people resent richand successful people.

Poor people often look at other people’s success with resent- ment, jealousy, and envy. Or they snip, “They’re so lucky,” or whisper under their breath, “Those rich jerks.” You have to realize that if you view rich people as bad in any way, shape, or form, and you want to be a good person, then you can never be rich. It’s impossible. How can you be something you despise? It’s amazing to witness the resentment and even outright anger that many poor people have toward the rich. As if they believe that rich people make them poor. “Yup, that’s right, … Continue reading Rich people admire other rich andsuccessful people. Poor people resent richand successful people.

Rich people focus on opportunities.Poor people focus on obstacles.

Rich people see opportunities. Poor people see obstacles. Rich people see potential growth. Poor people see potential loss. Rich people focus on the rewards. Poor focus on the risks. It comes down to the age-old question, “Is the glass half empty or half full?” We’re not talking positive thinking here, we’re talking about your habitual perspective on the world. Poor people make choices based upon fear. Their minds are constantly scanning for what is wrong or could go wrong in any situation. Their primary mind-set is “What if it doesn’t work?” or, more often, “It won’t work.” Middle-class people are … Continue reading Rich people focus on opportunities.Poor people focus on obstacles.

Rich people think big. Poor people think small.

We once had a trainer teaching at one of our seminars who went from a net worth of $250,000 to over $600 million in only three years. When asked his secret, he said, “Everything changed the moment I began to think big.” I refer you to the Law of Income, which states, “You will be paid in direct pro- portion to the value you deliver according to the marketplace.” The key word is value. It’s important to know that four factors determine your value in the marketplace: supply, demand, quality, and quantity. In my experience, the factor that presents the … Continue reading Rich people think big. Poor people think small.

Rich people are committed to being rich.Poor people want to be rich.

Ask most people if they want to be rich and they’d look at you as if you were crazy. “Of course I want to be rich,” they’d say. The truth, however, is that most people don’t really want to be rich. Why? Because they have a lot of negative wealth files in their subconscious mind that tell them there is some- thing wrong with being rich. At our Millionaire Mind Intensive Seminar, one of the questions we ask people is “What are some of the possible negatives about being rich or trying to get rich?”Here’s what some people have to … Continue reading Rich people are committed to being rich.Poor people want to be rich.

Rich people play the money game to win.Poor people play the money game to not lose.

Poor people play the money game on defense rather than of- fense. Let me ask you: If you were to play any sport or any game strictly on defense, what are the chances of your winning that game? Most people would agree, slim and none. Yet that’s exactly how most people play the money game. Their primary concern is survival and security instead of creating wealth and abundance. So, what is your goal? What is your objective? What is your true intention? The goal of truly rich people is to have massive wealth and abundance. Not just some money, but … Continue reading Rich people play the money game to win.Poor people play the money game to not lose.