Monthly Archives: October 2014

Mindful Networking for Success

 Mindful ‘Out-of Network’ Networking From Chamber of Commerce socials to Toastmasters to BNI (Business Networking International ) meetings to a LinkedIn profile, effective networking is still one of the recognized pillars of success. Having attended my share of these events, I’ve come to the conclusion that ‘mindful networking’ is the key to successful networking. Mindful…

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Changing with Change

 Going with the Flow of Change and Evolution It’s time to succeed! Get out your rotary phone and your Yellow Pages!  Recently, a friend told me that he had learned that a non-profit organization he consults with has a large inventory of cassette tapes and VHS tapes that they are still offering for sale on…

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Wasting Time Management

How to manage the habit of wasting time If you search online for a list of time management tips, you’ll find time management tips like: Conduct a time audit To do list Daily review Set priorities Differentiate important and urgent Set times Learn to say ‘no’ This is a typical ‘how to’ list. For a…

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Are We Seeking Success or Perfection?

Is success more a process than a destination? I recently came across a couple of Ted Talks that I thought were worth sharing as they raise some good points. The value of continuous improvement. Integrating our deeper life goals with our professional goals. Sarah Lewis gives a great Ted Talk on Embrace the Near Win.…

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