“If you have someone who’s teaching you something and they invest their time in you, and they think you have a chance of being good, they work you harder than the folks around you.” Nick Kokonas | American restaurateur & business person You're Pigeonholed! (You are un-coachable)- Jay Pigeonholed (verb): put into a restrictive category … Continue reading Invest in People and Pigeonholed Mentees.
You shall strive to cause no harm to any life, including yourself. You shall not act with hatred in your heart. You shall not unleash your angers onto others. You shall be considerate of others well being. You shall not take any life. You shall encourage others to join you in following the words of … Continue reading Replace YOU with I Or We – Commandments for us
Did you know... ... that today is the birthday of the Mickey Mouse Club? Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Club premiered on this day in 1955. One unique feature of the show was the Mouseketeer Roll Call, in which many of that day's line-up of regular performers would introduce themselves by name to the television audience. … Continue reading Mickey Mouse Club Birthday !
via We All Screw Up, How to Make Our Screw Ups Better! – Marshall Goldsmith We All Screw Up, How to Make Our Screw Ups Better! In a recent interview with my great friend Steve Berglas, we talked about his work teaching people how to deal with their errors, their screw ups. Steve is … Continue reading We All Screw Up, How to Make Our Screw Ups Better! – Marshall Goldsmith
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Did you know... ... that today is Elvis Presley Day? In 1956, Tupelo, Mississippi, (Elvis' hometown) declared September 26th as Elvis Presley Day. He performed two shows at the Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy Show in Tupelo, the same fair at which he had performed at age 10. This time there were 100 National Guardsmen surrounding … Continue reading Elvis Presley Day
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Sometimes, I have dilemma. Mostly the decision is about People who come in my life, stay there, get benefitted, some reciptrocate, some don't. Some cost me money, some Time, Some deep efforts and some simply gifts and for some I give all that I have. Then come some moments, decisive when the masks are unpeeled, … Continue reading Jay’s Tantra: To resolve a Dilemma
Compliment someone today! Feeling brave? Give blood Be proactive – sign a petition for a good cause Help someone struggling with heavy bags Know someone who is not coping very well? Give them a call Make someone a cup of coffee Save water – turn the tap off when brushing your teeth! Give up your … Continue reading RAK Movement- Random Acts of Kindness today
This is the Brain Pickings midweek newsletter: Every Wednesday, I plunge into my twelve-year archive and choose something worth resurfacing and resavoring as a timeless pick-me-up for heart, mind, and spirit. (If you don't yet subscribe to the standard Sunday newsletter of new pieces published each week, you can sign up here – it's free.) If you … Continue reading Brainpickings my fav newsletter
I believe in Bio-Rhythms. Have done so for over 30 years - ever since I read the book about the research on Bio-rhythms and wanted to buy the Japanese - CASIO watch which showed 3 biorhythms - Physical, Emotional and Intellectual. They also sold Cards in those days where you can calculate your critical days … Continue reading Strange Bio-Rhythms, Random Phrases, creativity and Daily WebLog 🙂
Home New Features People Special Invitation Know Reach Events Resources Hr Jobs CULTURE VOLVO EICHER SELLS ITS EMPLOYABILITY AND CULTURE QUOTIENT THROUGH A FILM In a multicultural setup, the Company has managed to ensure that the entire workforce imbibes the same values, in all aspects of work, which has also resulted in their longer innings. … Continue reading Branding led by HR KATHA – STORies and Katha Kahani way – very interesting
via 5 ways body language impacts leadership results | Ladders Photo: yakovlev.alexey via Flickr COMMUNICATION 5 ways body language impacts leadership results By Carol Kinsey GomanSep 5, 2018 FacebookTwitterFlipboardLinkedInEmail Effective leadership depends on the ability to inspire and positively impact people. In preparing for an important meeting – with your staff, leadership team, or clients … Continue reading 5 ways body language impacts leadership results | Ladders
Two Down, One to Go Meaning: Two things have been completed, but there is one more that has yet to be finished. I finished two article writing and two presentations now one more to go. Going is tough but it gets going. Easy As Pie Meaning: Something that is easy. Parting was so damned easy, why did I drag … Continue reading Creativity: Random phrases for Friday and how my day went.
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Word Count: 621 Summary: Want to Hyperscale and boost profits and gain market share? Here are some things you can do to gain a bigger piece of the pie. Article Body: The competition is fierce and advertising budgets are tighter than ever whether you are a Startupper, Startpreneur, Solopreneur, Woman Entrepreneur or SME. We … Continue reading Wednesday Mentor: 12 Sales-Boosting Strategies
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What different generations worry about Here is what each one is the most anxious about: Younger Millennials: Relationships (51%) Older Millennials: Relationships (49%) Gen Xers: Relationships (42%) Younger Baby Boomers: Money (39%) Older Baby Boomers: Relationships (37%) Silent Generation: Health (29%) via 51% of younger Millennials stressed most about relationships | Ladders
According to Dr. Martin Seligman, former president of the American Psychological Association, there are several differences between optimists and pessimists. Pessimists Pessimists explain negative events as a permanent fixture of their identity (something they can’t change). They view themselves (or life in general) as the problem, and there is nothing that can really be done. … Continue reading This 10-minute routine will increase confidence and self-esteem | Ladders
In my Mentor Column on Wednesdays Jay Mentor discusses with readers the Slogans. Do you have a Slogan? Have a look at the ones I chose for you below. Any of them make sense to you? Relevant to you? Appealing to you.Do you think, you can expand, modify, change a wee bit and make these … Continue reading Wednesday Column – Jay Parkhe’s creative Mentoring – Random Slogan Generation.
Are your Powering Off or Powering ON? Summary: Do you take your laptop on vacation? Do you take your smartphone or your ipad/ Tablet? Harris Interactive reported that one-third of vacationers take their laptops on vacation. During a Sunday meal at a restaurant recently, I observed a man sitting with his family talking on his … Continue reading Wednesday Mentor Column : Jay Parkhe – Powering Off OR Powering ON?
In my Mentor Column on Wednesdays Jay Mentor discusses with readers the Slogans. Do you have a Slogan? Have a look at the ones I chose for you below. Any of them make sense to you? Relevant to you? Appealing to you. Do you think, you can expand, modify, change a wee bit and make … Continue reading Wednesday Column – Jay Parkhe – What is your Slogan?
Word Count: 531 Summary: Entrepreneurs typically make one or more financially devastating mistakes when financing the launch, operation and/or growth of their businesses. In most cases, they donít realize that theyíre making a mistake. Keywords: business credit, corporate credit, unsecured business line of credit, business line of credit, start up capital Article Body: As … Continue reading Monday Mentor: Startpreneurs : Title: ìWhy Business Credit Is A MUST For Every Business Owner!î