Making a Great First Impression
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Making a Great First Impression

Making a Great First Impression

by Darren Hardy (3 articles) People judge you.  That’s a fact, not a threat. In 7 seconds someone has made a decision about you. They do it unconsciously, whether they want to or not and whether you like it or not. Thus you can say based on how you show up that within 7 seconds you’ve lost the … Read More

6 Things You Need to Keep Your Employees Happy (No, Money Isn’t One of Them)
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6 Things You Need to Keep Your Employees Happy (No, Money Isn’t One of Them)

6 Things You Need to Keep Your Employees Happy (No, Money Isn’t One of Them)

by Glenn Leibowitz You might have seen the Gallup statistics that show that one out of two workers say they are “not engaged” with their job, while another 17 percent say they are “actively disengaged.” Even if you haven’t seen these numbers, evidence of employee disengagement often stares you right in the face in the … Read More

Good Manners Are a Career and Business Necessity
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Good Manners Are a Career and Business Necessity

Good Manners Are a Career and Business Necessity

by Jacqueline Whitmore Rude behavior is not only bad etiquette; it’s bad for business. Unfortunately, it’s a growing problem in the workplace. In a University of Florida study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, lead author Trevor Foulk provided warning evidence that everyday impoliteness can spread throughout the work environment. “We are generally tolerant … Read More

As Your Culture Goes, So Goes Your Company
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As Your Culture Goes, So Goes Your Company

As Your Culture Goes, So Goes Your Company

by Grant Cardone Every great company requires a foundation, and the foundation of a company is its culture. I’ve known this for a long time, that’s why I spend much energy making sure the culture at my companies match who I am. It’s my company, so I want to drive the culture. If you fail … Read More